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Breaking Free from Social Media

Although social media is something that has really only obtained a foothold in our society over the past decade or so, in that short time, it has unfortunately become a problem for many.  Certainly, social media has a great deal to offer us in way of personal...

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Psilocybin Legalization Efforts

Activists in both Oregon and Denver are hard at work right now to legalize psilocybin, or “magic mushrooms.”  This may sound a little unconventional and unexpected at first glance, but their reasons are strong and true, and they have the best interests of mental...

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New Years Resolutions

As many as 40% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions at the start of a new year, but sadly, some studies suggest that 80% of those resolutions fail by February.  Those statistics are certainly interesting to consider.  Why do so many people want to...

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Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Recovery

For many, New Year’s Eve is the biggest party of the year.  Back before you began your recovery journey, when you were an active drug and alcohol abuser, you probably spent this final night of the old year consuming, and spent the first day of the new year nursing...

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Holiday Season Triggers

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!  The holiday season is a time full of excitement and presents and events and family and joy.   It is a time of celebration for all, and there is so much to do! However, for some, in many ways, the holiday season may not feel...

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Adderall Abuse: Symptoms and Signs of Addiction

Adderall is a stimulant that often helps a person increase his or her alertness and productivity. People who are dealing with an Adderall addiction are unlikely to display various symptoms and signs commonly associated with other types of drug abuse. Some of the most...

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What Are the Phases of Methadone Withdrawal?

Methadone withdrawal occurs following a methadone addiction. Methadone withdrawal symptoms affect a person's ability to function properly. Once a person develops a physical dependence on methadone, he or she may experience the following phases during the methadone...

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8 Recovery Retreats for Addiction

In a recent article of ours, we cited the many reasons that going on a retreat is great for your mind, body, and soul.  Taking some time for yourself, away from it all, can be a great support to your ongoing recovery.  In a retreat atmosphere, you can separate...

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