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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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Can Identity Uncertainty Up Your Addiction Risk?

By Christa Banister While it’s true that no two human beings are exactly alike, there is an inherent desire that links everyone, no matter where you happen to call home. Whether it’s the far-flung rea...

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Be the Dad You Always Wanted to Be

By Clint Fletcher According to the US Census Bureau, there are over 70 million fathers living in the United States. And according to the National Association for Children of Addiction (NACOA), 1 in 4 ...

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It’s Never Too Late to Address Adverse Childhood Experiences

By: Christa Banister My sister texted me a picture of dinner at my Mom’s house recently. She and my two nieces were enjoying some Midwestern staples — namely tater tot hotdish — before heading out of ...

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