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Strike a Pose: Surprising Emotional and Mental Health Benefits of Yoga

January 26, 2021

Like fashion where vintage threads are perpetually in demand because what’s old is often new again, yoga is a 5,000-year-old practice that’s graduated from merely trendy to perennially popular with ab...

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Post-Holiday Guilt vs. Valuing the Memories

January 7, 2021

By Wesley Gallagher The holidays are winding down, and it’s time to get back into the swing of things. For many, however, the holidays still linger, and not in a good way. The season of giving can als...

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Finding Your Ideal Fit: Workshops vs. Inpatient or Outpatient Treatment

December 4, 2020

No two people are exactly the same, and what we need at any given time changes based on circumstances and where we’re at on our journey through life. Some come to one of The Meadows’ programs for inte...

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The True Toll of the Holidays

November 8, 2020

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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When Fright is Right: Why Some People Like Being Scared

October 7, 2020

During my 11-year stint as a movie critic, there was only one beat I refused to cover. Some of my assignments were scary enough without things going bump in the night. To wit, I watched a succession o...

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Why Self-Care Isn’t Selfish

September 15, 2020

You’ve likely heard the term “self-care” before, and it might conjure images of Instagram influencers on spa getaways or a group of 20somethings at a nail salon — with the requisite self-care hashtag,...

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