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How Alternative Healing Methods can Help in Addiction Recovery
Written on: 12/29/2017

Alternative healing methods, or holistic medicine, has been shown to help individuals who are recovering from addiction in many ways. Because individuals are all different, addiction may affect each individual differently. And, as a result, different treatments work for some individuals and not for others. So, it’s important to find what works best for you […]

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Some Recovery Goals to Set for the New Year
Written on: 12/28/2017

Many people look to the new year for a fresh start. If you’re in treatment or recovery from addiction, you may wish to take advantage of the fresh start a new year can bring and set some recovery goals. To help you start the new year off right, we’ve come up with a few new […]

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Why do so Many Individuals Struggle with Early Recovery?
Written on: 12/27/2017

It’s a well-known fact throughout the addiction recovery community that most individuals relapse within their first year of recovery. And, while many treatment centers, like Simple Path Recovery, work to prepare individuals for early recovery, it’s simply inevitable. Addiction is a disease. And, just like countless other diseases, relapse happens. But, just because it does, […]

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10 Important Quotes From People In Recovery
Written on: 12/22/2017

As a person considering getting help for addiction or currently in the early days of recovery, other people in recovery can be a huge help. Whether it’s advice or just inspiration, seeing that others have been through what you have can provide much-needed motivation to continue the course of sobriety. So, we’ve compiled a list […]

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5 Healthy Obsessions To Focus On While Your Sober
Written on: 12/21/2017

We know that addicts in recovery often have some extra time on their hands, as they’ve given up old friends or pastimes and are working to create a new life. Fill in that time with some healthy obsessions —from exercise to donning a chef’s hat to reading again. 5 Healthy Obsessions To Focus On While […]

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Five Inspirational Books For Recovering Addicts
Written on: 12/19/2017

Most everyone has heard of the Big Book in Alcoholics Anonymous, but what other titles have graced the shelves of those in recovery, the go-to must-haves for keeping it together when life gets tough, or you’re facing the dark night of the soul? There are many inspirational books for recovering addicts, and in this article, […]

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5 Recovery Trends You Should Know About
Written on: 12/18/2017

Where the public sector fails, private entities often step up to provide goods and services when they perceive there is a need in the community that’s not being addressed. People in the recovery community like Russell Brand and other innovators seem to be towing the line in the recovery community these days. Check out some […]

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How You Can Help a Loved One Reach for Sobriety When They are Addicted to Drugs or Alcohol
Written on: 12/11/2017

That is the million dollar question. Perhaps it’s so difficult to answer because no two people are alike. And because very few people are actually able to “rescue” another unless that person is ready for help. So, it often becomes a very frustrating and sometimes maddening situation when the person we are so desperate to […]

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How to Stay Clean as a Recovering Alcoholic this Holiday Season
Written on: 12/11/2017

The holidays are right around the corner. All around the world people will be celebrating for their own reasons. But, for a recovering alcoholic, the holidays can be a time filled with anxiety about how to stay clean. With alcohol seen as a staple in our society for holiday parties, gifts, and everything in between, […]

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Why Choosing to Utilize Sober Living Programs is Best for Recovery
Written on: 12/04/2017

You’ve may have been through many or all the steps of addiction treatment; intervention, detox, residential treatment, and outpatient programs. You finally feel like you’ve gotten the methods taught in treatment down and you think you’re ready to go out in the world a new, sober you. But, someone may have suggested you consider sober […]

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