Life Skills Training

August 22, 2017
sober-living-skills

3 Life Skills You Need For Sober Living

Sober living is typically the last stage before independence. Without a treatment program or any major structure, sober living is a place that holds you accountable to your sobriety while giving you a safe environment […]
July 20, 2017
self care millennials

Millennials are Obsessed with Self-Care and It’s a Good Thing

The millennial generation has been criticized for many things. They take too many selfies, for example, they still live at home with their parents, and they’re not as interested in having children but they’re in […]
July 19, 2017
trust issues

Trust Issues are Normal, Here’s How to Work With Them

We aren’t going to tell you to get over your trust issues. In recovery from mental health, there’s no reason to tell anyone to just “get over it”. The behaviors we develop over a lifetime […]
July 12, 2017
positivity in recovery

Life Got You Down? Here’s 3 Ways to Get Back on the Positivity Train

Life doesn’t have to, and won’t feel great all the time. However, negativity doesn’t have to last. If you’re stuck in the doldrums and can’t find your way out, here are three ways to check […]
July 5, 2017
mindfulness is a scam

3 Reasons Why You Probably Think Mindfulness Is A Scam

Mindfulness is not a scam, as numerous scientific studies have revealed. Practicing mindfulness is becoming an evidence based form of treatment for recovery from addiction, alcoholism, and secondary mental health issues, which for many people […]
June 30, 2017
toxic situation recovery

5 Steps To Get Through (and Get Out) Of a Toxic Situation

It’s toxic and you’re slipping under, like a bad Britney Spear’s song. Toxic situations happen before we can recognize just how toxic they are. Now that you’re aware, here are five steps to get through […]
June 8, 2017
expectations in recovery

Expectations Are A Drag When They Hold You Back

Expectations in recovery are said to be a shortcut to disappointment. Disappointment is usually the last stop before resentment. Resentments are dangerous for addicts and alcoholics. Though the addicted brain becomes hardwired to prefer pleasurable […]
May 11, 2017

Want To Be A Leader? Take Good Care Of Your Health

Recovery is an opportunity to take hold in your own life and become a leader in your own right. Leadership isn’t cut from cloth, but earned through specific practices and lifestyle changes. In fact, it’s […]
April 28, 2017

Forgiveness is for You, Not for Them

Take all of your resentments, judgments, assumptions, and anger, then cast them into a net. Resolving yourself to finally let all of it go you cast it into a roaring river. Not caring about the […]