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How Motivational Interviewing Works

How Motivational Interviewing Works

Motivational interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based practice used to help individuals develop a level of self-awareness and understanding of their core values. This counseling form uses carefully...

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Good Routines: Making Health a Habit

Good Routines: Making Health a Habit

We all have routines. Some may be good, while some may be bad. You probably have a bedtime routine or a routine you typically follow each morning before work. Having routines can be a very positive...

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How to Take a Recovery Day

How to Take a Recovery Day

Recovery is a vital aspect of self-care that can help boost your self-esteem and overall well-being. You have worked hard to get where you are, but there is a long road ahead of you. Because...

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How to Cope With Stress in Recovery

How to Cope With Stress in Recovery

Everyone experiences stress from time to time. Some, perhaps more than others. Stress can be a trigger for substance use or addiction and can result in relapse. As a result, stress management is...

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How to Find Financial Stability in Recovery

How to Find Financial Stability in Recovery

Budgeting is the promise of a better future. Whether young, middle-aged, or older, you can make planning and sticking to a budget interesting. The best part of budgeting is it's never too late to...

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Make It to Meetings

Make It to Meetings

Why are meetings and support groups so important during treatment and recovery? The answer can vary a bit, depending on the person, but they are always a good idea. There is no limit to how many...

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How Can You Tell if It’s Addiction?

How Can You Tell if It’s Addiction?

Denial can be a powerful thing. Sometimes, when we see that loved ones are struggling with drug or alcohol abuse, we may attempt to minimize the issue. It can be difficult to accept that a close...

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How to Know if You Have a Cross-Addiction

How to Know if You Have a Cross-Addiction

Can you replace one addiction with another? The answer is yes. Even if you're committed to remaining alcohol or drug-free, it is possible to replace one addiction with another. The reason lies in...

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