Are you an addict looking for a practical handbook on dealing with negative thinking patterns? Check out this workbook for Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) to put an end to self-imposed suffering. More on why we recommend this applicable and easy to read e-book here.
Are you new to recovery? Prepare yourself! These are some of the difficult – and ignorant – questions people might ask you in addiction recovery.
All dreams come in the service of health and wholeness. Can analyzing your dreams open new perspectives in addiction recovery? Here is how Dreamwork can help you understand more about your inner Self and increase your awareness in addiction recovery..
By Jessica Kantor The Power of Unplugging Imagine a day without distractions. Or rather, imagine a day where distractions empowered you instead of throwing you off course. Imagine a day where you get to experience breathing in a new way. A day where every taste, touch, sound can be not only a reminder of yourself […]
Staying sober after you get sober is a real task! How can you navigate the many challenges of living in early recovery? We reviewed “Addiction, Recovery, Change”, a how-to manual that may help you. More on why you might want to add this book to your library here.
What happens to recovering addicts when treatment ends? This interview outlines best practices and ideas for treatment centers RE: Alumni Engagement. More here!
It’s Valentine’s Day. You are in early recovery. REMEMBER: There are many dangers of dating in early addiction recovery. Some ideas on how to put YOURSELF first this Valentine’s Day.
Looking for sober Valentine’s Day date ideas? Look no further! We share some suggestions here, and hope to help you out with any Valentine struggles.
Can a new, healthy habit help you end a chemical addiction to a drug? More ideas about how new habits can replace old ones in addiction recovery.
Working experientially can help bring unspoken, difficult-to-formulate or hidden experiences to light in addiction recovery. More here on Experiential Therapy for addiction. What is it? How does it work?