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4 Ways to Avoid Burnout in Recovery

4 Ways to Avoid Burnout in Recovery

In early addiction recovery, you may face many challenges. Overcoming challenges will help balance emotions and rebuild the relationships with yourself and others. However, early recovery can also be an exciting time with seemingly endless possibilities. This can...

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My Therapist Is Leaving: What Now?

My Therapist Is Leaving: What Now?

Building a relationship with a therapist relies on security, comfort, vulnerability and trust. It might take years to find the right therapist to develop a solid relationship, and a therapist plays a crucial role in helping you maintain success in your recovery....

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When Does Anxiety Become a Disorder?

When Does Anxiety Become a Disorder?

Most people experience anxiety at some point in their life. It’s normal for an individual to become nervous before an interview or a date; however, what happens when this anxiety does not subside? Does this mean that you have or are developing an anxiety disorder?...

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What is Outpatient Treatment?

What is Outpatient Treatment?

Alcohol and drug addictions are serious diseases. With the proper support from friends, family, peers and correct treatment, you can overcome your addiction and sustain lasting recovery. However, many have different beliefs about rehab and what it means to get help....

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4 Signs of Anger Problems

4 Signs of Anger Problems

Emotions of anger, violence and acting out are often related to underlying mental health disorders, including but not limited to depression, anxiety and addiction. You might also exhibit severe low self-esteem and difficulty trusting yourself and others. Past...

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