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Category: Recovery & Sobriety

Navigating Dual Diagnosis Treatment: Choosing The Right Path To Recovery

Navigating Dual Diagnosis Treatment: Choosing the Right Path to Recovery

Dual diagnosis describes the coexistence of a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder. This coexistence of conditions presents a significant challenge for those affected and healthcare professionals seeking to provide effective treatment. The complexity of co-occurring disorders can profoundly impact individuals’ lives, exacerbating symptoms and hindering recovery. The

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Alcoholics Anonymous Unmanageability List

The first step of Alcoholics Anonymous states, “We admitted we were powerless over alcohol and that our lives had become unmanageable.” Unmanageable is only printed once in the first 164 pages of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, which in the first step. It’s left many people to interpret what

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Clean and Sober

What’s the Difference Between Clean and Sober?

Have you ever been around an alcoholic who isn’t drinking?  What is their demeanor? Are they nice? Are they grumpy? How do they react to you?  If you grew up in an alcoholic household, then you know that when mom or dad did not have something to drink they were

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Codependency in Recovery

Codependency in Recovery

Building healthy relationships and getting support from others is essential during recovery. However, people who are trying to get clean often struggle with codependent relationships. Codependency recovery programs allow people with addiction histories and their loved ones to establish balanced, constructive relationships. What Is Codependency? At first glance, codependency can

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Emotional Sobriety

What is Emotional Sobriety and How Do You Practice It?

Physical sobriety means that you abstain from alcohol and drugs. While that’s essential for recovery, emotional sobriety is also important. Emotional sobriety involves being able to regulate your feelings so that you can cope with all aspects of life without returning to drugs. What Is Emotional Sobriety? Many people are

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The Importance of Honesty in Recovery

The Importance of Honesty in Recovery

You’ve probably heard the saying “You can’t help somebody unless they want to help themselves.” But someone with an addiction won’t see a reason to help themselves if they don’t believe that they have a problem. To be successful in addiction recovery, you must be honest with yourself. Being honest

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Benefits of a Life Without Alcohol

Benefits of a Life Without Alcohol

Have you finally taken the leap and decided to stop drinking? There is nothing but benefits when you choose to quit drinking. Just being dry has its health benefits. But being sober is where you will learn to live a new life and feel free. Here Are Some of the

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FOLLOWING THROUGH WITH SOBRIETY TAKES FAITH

Say you take a walk on a hiking trail. You bring some snacks and a bottle of water.  You’re only planning to be out for a couple of hours and go home, but you see another trail, that leads you to another trail, that leads you up the side of

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