The New Normal: Life After Treatment

A common fear after finishing a treatment program stems from one question: What’s next? This question provokes fear because it reflects the unknown. Going home means we return to the place where our addiction got the best of us. And

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The Stigma of Getting Help

If we break a bone, we go to a doctor to get a cast. If our car breaks down, we go to a mechanic for help. If we don’t understand a math problem in class, we raise our hands for

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Mental Health and Self-Care

“Self-care” has become a popular term amongst women. When we think of self-care, it’s easy to envision baths with rose petals, massages, and shopping trips. But what is self-care, and how do males fit into the equation? Men aren’t marketed

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How To Find The Right Sponsor During Sobriety

For some people, searching for a sponsor during sobriety can be an overwhelming experience. Countless questions and concerns arise during this process such as: Is this person the right fit for my personality? Can I trust this person? Can my

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Saying No: Creating Boundaries and Self-Worth 

Boundaries are an essential component of mental health. They are the dividing line, an invisible barrier, between a person and the external world that creates safety, healthy relationships, and peace. Ultimately, boundaries tell others how to treat us and illuminate

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You Are the Company You Keep

         Proverb 13:20 reminds us that when we walk with wise people, we become wise. And when we hang around with fools, we suffer the fate of a fool. What does this mean? It means we take on the behaviors

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The Stigma of Getting Help 

If we break a bone, we go to a doctor to get a cast. If our car breaks down, we go to a mechanic for help. If we don’t understand a math problem in class, we raise our hand for

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