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How to Identify Triggers

How to Identify Triggers

Identifying triggers takes some detective work and is not for the faint of heart. Making a full-scale attempt at recovery means you must know your triggers, so you can either avoid the triggers or...

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Humility Helps Keep Us Sane

Humility Helps Keep Us Sane

Humility is best understood as being humble or having a low view of one's own importance. When a person experiences feelings of humility, they often feel small in the large scheme of things. In...

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The Power of Music in Recovery

The Power of Music in Recovery

Music is something that many of us experience daily. Music plays a key role in film production, fills our ears with excitement while we drive in the car, and even helps us to connect spiritually...

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Recovering for Yourself and Your Family

Recovering for Yourself and Your Family

It is easy to overlook how important and influential a family structure can be. Especially when you grow up with a stable family structure, you may often overlook the subtle and, some may say,...

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The Importance of Values

The Importance of Values

Values are an important element of addiction recovery. Values drive our ability to make decisions and cause us to act a certain way. They help us to identify what is important in our lives. When our...

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You Are Not a Quitter, You Are an Overcomer

You Are Not a Quitter, You Are an Overcomer

The term “quitter” can be defined as someone who gives up easily or cannot seem to follow through or make commitments. It has many negative connotations, in general. So, it is interesting that the...

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How Prayer Creates a River in the Desert

How Prayer Creates a River in the Desert

Prayer is an incredibly important component that helps us stay connected to God throughout our recovery experience and beyond. Praying is much more than just asking God to grant us wishes – it helps...

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Developing a New Way of Coping

Developing a New Way of Coping

Finding or creating new, healthy habits can be a challenge. While treatment may have helped you alter your thought patterns that were tied to your addictive behavior, you may continue to struggle...

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Reasons for Recovery

Reasons for Recovery

Though there are sometimes specific circumstances or eye-opening life events that motivate someone to seek recovery, the reasons why are ultimately endless. Some may have experienced an overdose and...

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