Successful Resolutions in Recovery

Successful Resolutions in Recovery

Happy New Year! Time again to set your resolutions…and break them. Research suggests many resolutions are abandoned by February.  In recovery, resolutions may have more gravity. Every goal you meet is a way to build trust in yourself. This post will explore healthy...
Celebrating the Holidays in Recovery

Celebrating the Holidays in Recovery

Tis the season for giving, sparkly lights, and stress. For people in recovery, it can feel like triggers lurk around every corner during the holidays. But so do opportunities to commit to healing and connect with what really matters.  This post discusses ways to honor...
Successful Resolutions in Recovery

Stay Healthy This Flu Season

The colder, shorter days of winter mean the resurgence of an annual season most of us could do without: flu season. Having the flu can be particularly unpleasant for people in recovery. Discomfort of any kind can be more difficult to navigate in early recovery, and...
Managing Grief: 7 Tips for the First Holiday Season without a Loved One

Avoid the Effects of Untreated Anxiety

We all experience stress; it’s part of life. However, when stress bridges into a chronic state of worry that kicks off a variety of other disruptive symptoms, it might be an anxiety disorder. Several types of anxiety disorders have been identified. It’s possible to...
Managing Grief: 7 Tips for the First Holiday Season without a Loved One

Tips to Manage Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

October 9-15, 2022, is OCD Awareness Week, a time to generate awareness and acceptance of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. There’s a widespread perception that OCD is a constructive condition that drives us to finish projects in a certain order, pre-rinse our dishes,...