Boundary Setting in Addiction Recovery

Boundary Setting in Addiction Recovery

Setting healthy boundaries is an important skill to develop in any aspect of life, but it is especially important in addiction recovery. Boundaries can range from too rigid to too loose and these two extremes can significantly impact the way a person views their...
Attachment Disorders and Substance Abuse

Attachment Disorders and Substance Abuse

Attachment disorders are frequently linked to experiences in infancy and childhood; however, the impact of these early life experiences can reach well into the future and affect a person in adulthood. Signs of secure or insecure attachment disorders are often visible...
Burn Out: How to Tell When You Need a Mental Health Day

Burn Out: How to Tell When You Need a Mental Health Day

Workplace stress can take its toll on your physical and mental health, and over time, this can leave you feeling exhausted, empty, or drained. While stress can be a normal component of any job, prolonged, chronic stress can lead to burnout. Although the term “burnout”...
10 Foods that Help Curb Anxiety and Depression

10 Foods that Help Curb Anxiety and Depression

One commonly overlooked aspect of recovery is nutrition. Nutrition plays a vital role in physical and mental health, and is something that can be adjusted at any time throughout life. While a change in diet does not necessarily guarantee a change in overall health, it...
Toxic Shame: Identification and Treatment

Toxic Shame: Identification and Treatment

Shame is a powerful emotion that can cause a wide range of intense emotions to develop. Anger, guilt, and embarrassment are often intertwined when it comes to shame, and some people may project these feelings outward onto others, while others may internalize it. Shame...

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