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Prioritizing Self-Care

By Wendy Lee Nentwig We all know the importance of getting enough sleep and eating healthy food, but during times of stress those things — and other healthy habits — can fall by the wayside. In juggli...

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The True Toll of the Holidays

By Anna McKenzie The holiday season can be both exciting and stressful, especially for those in recovery. While we look forward to food, laughter, and traditions, we may also experience arguments, dis...

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Adult Bullying and Its Harmful Effects

By Beau Black Most of us reasonably expect that our days of dealing with bullies will end when we leave high school. Sadly, this isn’t always the case, as their presence often carries on into our offi...

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9/11 20 Years Later: Dealing with Grief

By Melissa Riddle Chalos Every year since the tragic events of 9/11, we pause to remember and mourn the unfathomable loss of life that we as a country sustained in those terrible days. An entire gene...

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The Importance of Community Post Treatment

By Wesley Gallagher Whatever your situation, it’s important to have friends who can support you on your journey toward wellness. Anyone living in recovery from mental health or addiction issues knows ...

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Pursuing Post-Traumatic Growth

By Melissa Riddle Chalos Maybe life after COVID-19 is the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work toward a life reset — to dig in and experience the post-traumatic growth we all need — to be the health...

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