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08 Oct Cocaine Causes Emotional Instability

Scientifically, society is highly aware that cocaine is physically damaging. We are also aware that it is a highly addictive substance that produces a hyperactive high that gives people a tremendous amount of energy, while causing internal damage to their circulatory systems. However, recent studies...

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22 Sep Feeling Close to a Loved One in Rehab

If you have a loved one who has recently begun inpatient treatment for an ongoing drug or alcohol addiction, you are likely happy for them in their decision but may miss their company. You are likely looking for ways that you can offer support as...

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15 Sep Recovery Mud Run

Sign up now for the Recovery Mud Run! Get details and sign up here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/red-for-recovery-mud-run-tickets-18159788416...

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08 Sep Opioid Prescriptions and Pregnancy

A recent study published in Anesthesiology, the official journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, examined opioid prescription rates among pregnant women and surveyed what research still needs to be done on opioids and pregnancy. The study was authored by Brian Bateman, M.D., M.Sc., assistant professor...

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01 Sep What Is Bibliotherapy?

Bibliotherapy as a form of healing is a concept that has been around for many centuries. In fact, what is considered the oldest known library motto in the world, a phrase inscribed above the entrance to the royal chamber where books were stored by King...

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22 Aug Unrealistic Expectations about Recovery

Unrealistic expectations about recovery not only cause feelings of disappointment and discouragement during recovery—they can lead an individual in recovery to relapse. Moreover, far-reaching expectations might cause you to misjudge negatively the progress that you are making in recovery. While you truly do have many...

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15 Aug The Importance of a Social Circle during Recovery

Recovery—especially at its early stages—is a time for introspection, when the individual in recovery goes through the psychological changes necessary to gain a grasp on living life sober and to hold to responsibilities such as securing a stable job, managing finances, and practicing healthy eating...

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