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Using the Skill of Burning Bridges

By Wish Recovery

"Burning bridges" is a skill that requires radical acceptance, dedication, and action to ensure that addictive behavior is neve... Continue Reading

If You Can’t Say Anything Nice: A Caution Against Spiritually Abusive Advice (Title TDB)

By Toshia Humphries Toshia Humphries is a Texan freelance writer, artist, and life coach and possesses three degrees in counseling and psychology, focusing on addictions and women’s studies.

If You Can’t Say Anything Nice: A Caution Against Spiritually Abusive Advice By Toshia Humphries Have you ever heard the saying... Continue Reading

Five Inspirational Authors Who are Recovered

By Rebecca Kovacs

It is truly a blessing that some of the finest writers of our time have been able to put word to paper, creating books about re... Continue Reading

Ten Recovered Instagram Influencers to Follow Today

By Rebecca Kovacs

Instagram is one of the leading social media websites of our time, with over 1 billion monthly active users. Part of the platfo... Continue Reading

Becoming Stronger by Letting Go of the Victim Mentality

By Rebecca Kovacs

It’s not a secret that life can be a real struggle at times—and every one of us has had our share. Like bumps in the road, ther... Continue Reading

9 Rewards of Addiction Recovery

By Chris Weldon

Based entirely on the promises of twelve-step programs, here are nine rewards of addiction recovery to be thankful for. New Fre... Continue Reading

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Recovery Maintenance & Utilizing Online Resources

By Tamara Buchenberger

A few resources to help stay connected and groups to adapt to keep us all safe at home, but together on the path to recovery. Continue Reading

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Humor May Lower Anxiety and Depression According to Health Experts

By Monica Romano

You can find ways to laugh at life and yourself even during hard times. Continue Reading

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Finding Your Voice & Setting Boundaries in Recovery

By Toshia Humphries Toshia Humphries is a Texan freelance writer, artist, and life coach and possesses three degrees in counseling and psychology, focusing on addictions and women’s studies.

So, how do we find our authentic voice and set them in recovery? Continue Reading

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Newly Recovered in the New Normal

By Toshia Humphries Toshia Humphries is a Texan freelance writer, artist, and life coach and possesses three degrees in counseling and psychology, focusing on addictions and women’s studies.

In a time of suggested social distancing and isolation with heightened energies of fear and desperation, the potential for rela... Continue Reading

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10 Ways to Cope With Stress and Anxiety Amidst Global Panic

By Tamara Buchenberger

In light of prevailing circumstances, it can be a trying time for those struggling with panic/anxiety disorders amid the uncert... Continue Reading

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How to Prevent Relapse With the STOP Skill (DBT Distress Tolerance Skills)

By Monica Romano

Utilizing the STOP skill helps prevent black and white thinking. You gain new perspectives and acceptance in all areas of your ... Continue Reading

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Keep The Faith: Staying Sober Through Tough Times

By Toshia Humphries Toshia Humphries is a Texan freelance writer, artist, and life coach and possesses three degrees in counseling and psychology, focusing on addictions and women’s studies.

Rather than viewing something as a crisis, we can choose the lens of faith over fear and see it as an opportunity. Continue Reading

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Hold Space, Not Ropes: The Difference Between Compassion and Codependency

By Toshia Humphries Toshia Humphries is a Texan freelance writer, artist, and life coach and possesses three degrees in counseling and psychology, focusing on addictions and women’s studies.

Ultimately, we can hold space for those we love, learn to love ourselves and hold space for our own healing and recovery. Continue Reading

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Learn to Love (Not Fear) Your Shadow: 3 Steps to Accepting You

By Toshia Humphries Toshia Humphries is a Texan freelance writer, artist, and life coach and possesses three degrees in counseling and psychology, focusing on addictions and women’s studies.

Learning to love your true self is crucial to addiction recovery. Continue Reading

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