Does labeling objects and situations as “triggers” give them more power over you? It can be scary to live in a world where you are surrounded by relapse triggers. Good news: You may be able to beat them by viewing them differently. Learn more here.
Looking for 2017 calendars for yourself or to give as a present to a loved one in addiction recovery? Check out this list of 5 ideas that can help provide the right amount of motivation and support to anyone in addiction recovery or working in the treatment industry!
Four (4) ways to manage disappointment and move into acceptance. Good for your recovery! Good for your soul!
A clear plan to help you support and encourage your husband’s sobriety.
Family members ALSO need to get help when an addict loved one receives treatment. Why should the healing process include everyone from the family unit? Get the answer here.
How can you know if your boss has narcissistic traits? Dr. Louise Stanger explains how you can work with a narcissist boss and deal with communication difficulties. More here.
How can you move BEYOND the unconscious patterns determined by early childhood and the development of the ego? A look at what’s on the other side of duality here.
Catch the small problems in your recovery before they turn into big ones. In this article, learn how you can identify and react to these risks, in order to sustain a long-term recovery.
If you are struggling with someone who has an addiction, then know you are not alone. Many families do! Learn the importance of forgiveness and get a handle on 5 ways to forgive an addict here.
A list of our Top 5 card games for people in addiction recovery. Use these as addiction recovery tools. To play or to grow. Ideas here.