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Music Therapy for Addiction Recovery

Music therapy, simply defined, is the use of music to improve health or functional outcomes in people suffering from a disorder, disease, or illness of some kind.  It is a special type of therapy in which a music therapist uses a wide variety of the aspects of...

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How Recovery Begins

When things are dark, they are often very dark – especially when it comes to addiction.  It may be hard if not nearly impossible to see a light at the end of the tunnel, but it really is there.   Sadly, there many people suffering from dependence and...

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Addiction Recovery Degrees

Many people who are in recovery are drawn to a career in the addiction recovery field.  This is natural; of course someone who has seen that recovery is possible would want to help others recover as well.  This is a great field for people in recovery because...

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Strategies to Keep Your Kids Drug Free

You may think that no matter what you do, whether or not your child decides to us drugs or alcohol is completely out of your hands.  In your mind, kids will be kids, and they will do what they will do, and they are certainly not going to listen to their parents,...

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Denver Supervised Injection Sites

In November, the Denver City Council approved a pilot supervised injection site for people suffering from opiate addiction.  It would be the first in the United States, but others have existed and do exist in places such as Spain, Luxembourg, the Netherlands,...

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SAD and Addiction

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a condition that affects many people who live in colder climates in the winter.  Most people who exhibit symptoms of this mood disorder report mostly normal mental health throughout the year otherwise, but when the days get...

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Americans, Pain, and Opioids

The opioid crisis in the United States is real and is growing and tragically, there is no end in sight.  In 2017, opioids killed more than 70,000 Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and this number is so high that it actually...

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Addiction in the Nursing Profession

Nursing is a wonderful, respectable, and rewarding profession, and most who choose it love it – even despite the long hours, challenges, and intense demands of the job.  Nurses are a vital part of health care sector, and are often even more involved in direct patient...

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Dealing with Transfer Addictions

There are many different names for the term transfer addiction.   This common occurrence can also be referred to as addiction replacement, cross addiction, or a substitute addiction.  No matter what you call them, as someone in recovery, they are something you...

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How to Find a Date When You Are Clean and Sober

Now that you have been clean and sober for a while, you are feeling strong and confident – and that’s great. You are successfully moving down your own personal path to recovery, and everything seems to be working out just the way you’d hoped and planned.  However,...

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