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Celebrating Recovery Anniversaries

Celebrating Recovery Anniversaries

Congratulations! You made it! You have been clean and sober for a year (or two, or three, or five, or ten!) and now it’s time to celebrate. Successfully walking along the recovery path is an incredible achievement, and one that should be recognized.  It has been a...

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Daniel Radcliffe in Recovery

Daniel Radcliffe in Recovery

Anyone who loves or has even just seen the Harry Potter movies knows Daniel Radcliffe. This talented English actor hit the jackpot when he landed the role of the title character in this series of eight films. As with the Harry Potter series of books by J.K. Rowling,...

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Crossfit and Recovery

Crossfit and Recovery

Have you heard about CrossFit? If you know someone who participates in this demanding, body-changing, group workout then chances are that you have heard about it quite a bit. That’s the joke. People who CrossFit love to tell people about it. They are so enthusiastic...

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Breathing Practice Can Help Support Your Recovery

Breathing Practice Can Help Support Your Recovery

Most people don’t do too much thinking about breathing. Breathing is something we do all day, every day, for the entirety of our lives. Breathing keeps us alive and it’s a part of our experience from the moment we are born until the moment we pass on into the great...

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Eric Clapton and Drug Addiction

Eric Clapton and Drug Addiction

Eric Clapton once recorded a song called Cocaine - written by fellow guitarist J.J. Cale - and it became one of the biggest hits of his career. Of course, instead of glamorizing the drug, it references the dark path down which this drug beckons many, but today it...

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Great Journal Prompts for Recovery

Great Journal Prompts for Recovery

Beginning and cultivating a journaling habit can be valuable to you in recovery and in life. Journaling is easy. In its simplest form, it’s really just talking to yourself, out loud, in writing, on paper. Anyone can do it. Everyone should. Journaling doesn’t need to...

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Psilocybin and the Election

Psilocybin and the Election

November 3, 2020 was a banner day for psilocybin. This natural substance has been illegal across the United States for decades, but new research into its immense benefits for mental health has forced lawmakers and citizens everywhere to take a closer look and, in some...

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Matthew Perry in Recovery

Matthew Perry in Recovery

Almost everyone enjoys the popular 90s/00s sitcom Friends. During this show’s ten season run, the six friends - Phoebe, Joey, Monica, Ross, Rachael, and Chandler - all came into our living rooms every Thursday night for a decade. Soon, they made their way into...

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Negativity Bias

Negativity Bias

Do you ever wonder why you are often pessimistic? Do you find that even when things are going well, you tend to expect the worst? Are you always waiting for the other shoe to drop, or always looking for the negative side of a positive or generally neutral thing?...

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Psychological Benefits of Dance

Psychological Benefits of Dance

Do you like to dance? Why or why not? Do you dance at weddings, parties, clubs and concerts? Do you begin to boogie almost involuntarily any time you hear music? Do you move and sway when you’re in your car, stopped at a stoplight? Or, do you only dance at home? Do...

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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

Finally. 2020 is over and a new year is about to begin. This past year was a challenging one in one way or more for people all over this planet due to COVID-19, and everyone everywhere is excited to see this year come to a close as we look ahead to a new beginning....

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