When it comes to ourselves, we are accountable for the harm we caused to others but not the harm we caused ourselves while using. We let nothing go. We hold resentment against self as a means of self-control.
Most folks don’t realize that the two most dangerous substances in the world to withdraw from are benzodiazepines and alcohol. In this article, we offer the facts about detoxing from Xanax not as medical advice but rather as guidance.
We tend to approach new relationships in recovery the way people who have just crawled across a desert approach water. Let’s look at common pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Balance is not achieved by going to both extremes. Let’s look at setting goals and making your recovery sustainabe!
We all know self-care is important. Let’s broaden our understanding of it and make some investments that pay off in spades!
Getting sober is tough – staying sober is tougher. Let’s explore strategies that are proven to work and which promote greater health!
Addiction and mental health go hand in hand, but which one should be addressed first?
It’s rarely a conscious choice to trade addictions, so how do we safeguard against it?