mental health

May 22, 2018
The Psychology of “Stuckness” and How We Can Break Free

The Psychology of “Stuckness” and How We Can Break Free

We do not often see what is right in front of us. Sometimes we have tunnel vision, or we are stuck in a mindset that doesn’t allow us to be free. Our filters are the […]
May 7, 2018
Learn About the Risks of Heavy Drinking and Dementia

Learn About the Risks of Heavy Drinking and Dementia

Anytime a person experiences episodes of drinking too heavily, there are risk. These risks may be physical, psychological, or otherwise, but they do exist. Over time, heavy drinking can permanently alter the way your brain […]
April 26, 2018
Learn About Emotional Processing to Aid Healing in Treatment

Learn About Emotional Processing to Aid Healing in Treatment

Emotional processing plays a huge role in therapies dealing with addiction. It may seem part of behavioral therapy but it is also about cognitive processing that looks at the human mind like a computer. As […]
April 16, 2018
Psychotherapy for Addiction Does Not Have to Be Intimidating

Psychotherapy for Addiction Does Not Have to Be Intimidating

A form of therapeutic support for people with addiction includes intensive psychotherapy. More than just a regular form of therapy, it might include six to seven hours per day of sessions with several therapists. Group […]
April 13, 2018
How to Stop Being Addicted to Anger and Find Peace

How to Stop Being Addicted to Anger and Find Peace

Logging into the internet these days is like wading through a forest fire of blazing hot rage. Immediately you are confronted with outrage, anger, some post about the neighbor’s dog, and just people complaining about […]
April 12, 2018
Knowing These 5 Things About Rehab Might Ease Your Anxiety

Knowing These 5 Things About Rehab Might Ease Your Anxiety

Anxiety around going to rehab is a common concern. Knowing what to expect can alleviate some of the feelings of terror. Nobody wants to go to rehab. To stop the cycle of pain, most people […]
April 10, 2018
The Real Reason You Might Have Hangxiety

The Real Reason You Might Have Hangxiety

Hangxiety can rear its ugly head after a big night of drinking. Those feelings of guilt and anxiety just creep in and hang over your head, threatening your brain with a flood of negative feelings […]
March 8, 2018

How to Fight the Fog of Depression (and Win)

The ability to think clearly and focus on positive activities and thoughts can be difficult for someone fighting depression. It is often described by people as a fog, or fuzzy thinking, with long lasting periods […]
February 13, 2018
The 4 Tips You Might Need to Manage Anger

The 4 Tips You Might Need to Manage Anger

Anger is a highly misunderstood emotion. Often vilified for being negative, anger actually serves a good purpose, in small doses. It can also be a main driver for people to use substances, out of spite […]

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