Addiction Recovery And The Search For Meaning

Addiction Recovery And The Search For Meaning

In Drug Addiction Recovery January 28th, 2020 No Comments

  Robert told me that the first time he remembers thinking about addiction, he was just seventeen. He remembers standing in a synagogue on a Friday night, already aware that religion wasn’t for him, and suddenly feeling immense despair. The despair was for the meaning he’d lost, and the idea of a life without purpose….

3 Main Types of Self-Care in Addiction Recovery

In Drug Addiction Recovery August 30th, 2019 No Comments

  When someone in recovery is working on improving their health and maintaining their sobriety they may need to focus a lot of their energy on self-care. The idea of self-care can mean different things but for someone who is recovering from an addiction there are general areas of their health they need to focus…

The Importance of Service in Addiction Recovery

In Drug Addiction Recovery August 27th, 2019 No Comments

  Most recovery programs and twelve step groups incorporate aspects of service for the people trying to quit addictions. Service simply means helping out others or contributing something to a group through volunteer work. The emphasis on service in recovery is related to the sort of behavior and self-centered thinking that can occur as a…

How To Approach Recovery As A Career Professional

In Drug Addiction Recovery August 11th, 2019 No Comments

Professionals face particular challenges when they are struggling from addiction disorders. Most people wouldn’t picture a professional when they think of an addict. Addicts, they assume, don’t get high-pressure jobs. But the truth is that many professionals suffer from addiction disorders and it shouldn’t be that surprising.   Why do professionals suffer with addiction? As…

Role Models in Addiction Recovery

In Drug Addiction Recovery June 12th, 2019 No Comments

  It is important for people to have good role models in life no matter what type of goals they are looking to achieve. In addiction recovery, it can be especially helpful to have positive role models that can show you how to become comfortable and confident in sobriety. People who struggle with addiction often…

What is the Burden of Disease?

In Drug Addiction Recovery May 22nd, 2019 No Comments

Substance abuse over a long period of time takes its toll not only on a person’s mental health and the way that they function in life but also on their physical health. Many people have so damaged their bodies from repeated abuse of alcohol or drugs that they end up with chronic physical diseases that…

Tiger Woods Journey to Redemption

In Drug Addiction Recovery May 20th, 2019 No Comments

One of history’s golfing greats recently made an impressive comeback as Tiger Woods won the Masters tournament. The athlete had been struggling in his personal and professional life for the past 11 years and finally won the fabled green jacket that he hadn’t worn since 2005. It was a surprising but triumphant win after his…

How Biofeedback Treats Addiction

In Alcohol Addiction, Drug Addiction Recovery March 28th, 2019 No Comments

There are lots of physical symptoms that a person goes through when they are struggling with an addiction and especially during alcohol recovery programs. Certain types of therapy can help address those physical changes that occur in the body when an addict is feeling stressed or going through cravings. Biofeedback therapy can be used to…

What is the Next Best Thing in Addiction Recovery

In Alcohol Addiction, Drug Addiction, Drug Addiction Recovery March 23rd, 2019 No Comments

  One problem that many people experience when they are recovering from an addiction is the desire to find substitutes for their former habit. Once they are able to abstain from the specific drug that they are addicted to, they may subconsciously always be looking for the “next best thing” that will give them the…

What It’s Like to Have a Breathalyzer in Your Car

In Alcohol Rehab, Drug Addiction Recovery, Sobriety February 15th, 2019 No Comments

Anyone who ends up with a DUI conviction may have to undergo certain obstacles in order to be able to drive again. They may need to go to mandatory AA meetings, pay fines and in some cases install a car breathalyzer in their vehicle. A breathalyzer or ignition interlock is meant to ensure that they…

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