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Category: Recovery & Sobriety

What Attitude in Recovery Really Means For Your Sobriety

“The great fact is just this, and nothing less: That we have had deep and effective spiritual experiences which have revolutionized our whole attitude toward life, toward our fellows and toward God’s universe. The central fact of our lives today is the absolute certainty that our Creator has entered into

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How Aftercare Helps Transition to Life After Addiction

How Aftercare Helps Transition to Life After Addiction

Structure and Accountability Help Create Long Term Recovery Burning Tree Ranch has one of the strongest and most comprehensive Aftercare treatment plans in the country.  We give our clients an environment to transition and practice the sober tools they learned in our long-term treatment residential program at Burning Tree Ranch.

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How to Slow Down When You’re Overwhelmed in Recovery

When we get sober, we straighten out mentally, spiritually and physically. We learn to handle our problems with a different attitude. However, life continues to happen, and life at times can be downright overwhelming. Even the most spiritual people on the planet go through trials and tribulations, and it’s no

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Fear and Recovery

When Fear Crops Up in Recovery

Fear is one of those human traits that naturally arises from life.  Fear is everywhere. It’s in work, relationships, money, parenting. I can either choose to do nothing, and the fear of not acting overwhelms me. Or, I can make a decision, and then I’m overwhelmed with impending doom for

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Finding Equilibrium

Finding Equilibrium: What to Expect During Recovery

When it comes to getting clean and sober, you always hear stories, opinions, and suggestions surrounding mental health, but what about our physical health? How do we focus on the thing that is keeping us alive? Our bodies are truly magical, and we see the real magic after we have

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Recovery Is a Full-Time Job

Recovery Is a Full-Time Job

When we talk about our recovery journey, everyone’s story will be different, but one thing that rings true for everyone is that recovery is a process that begs our full attention. Think about it this way: you can’t be a little pregnant in the same way you can’t be a

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Talking to Family and Friends About Your Recovery

When we are in pain, it can be difficult to find the right words to reflect how we feel. It can be especially tricky when we have suffered from a relapse along our mental health journey, but communication is the bridge between the whole of humanity. We can’t expect people

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Transitioning Towards Healthy Coping Mechanisms

Transitioning Towards Healthy Coping Mechanisms

We’ve probably all heard the term ‘coping mechanism’ especially if we’ve been in treatment before. Coping mechanisms are behaviors we enact in moments of tension, stress, and trauma. When we are struggling with addiction, we can teach ourselves negative coping mechanisms such as drinking after a bad day or spending

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