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How Active Listening Can Help Your Recovery
16 August

One of the many amazing things about recovery is the chance to make things right in your life, including repairing

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Risky Drinking In Roughly 40 Percent of Drinkers Who Drink
9 August

Risky drinking is on the rise in the United States, according to a study of more than 34,000 adults. Researchers

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We Are LegitScript Certified!
27 July

When choosing an addiction treatment center, it’s essential to make sure the program is properly licensed and accredited. That’s why

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Don’t Let Loneliness Harm Your Recovery
19 July

Loneliness is study-proven to be as bad for your health as smoking 15 cigarettes per day – and it’s also

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Tips to Overcome Common Rehab Fears
17 July

Making the decision to commit to rehab can be downright scary – but it’s important that you don’t allow your

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4 Personality Traits That Can Indicate Addiction
28 June

The term “addictive personality” suggests a personality type that makes a person more likely to become addicted to drugs or

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Team Immersion Recovery Center: Running to Raise Awareness for Addiction
26 June

Immersion Recovery Center is partnering with The Herren Project, a non-profit addiction recovery foundation, to run in the 2018 New

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5 Forms of Active Meditation That Can Boost Your Recovery
14 June

Recovery from drug or alcohol addiction is a matter of making–and sticking to–new habits. In the treatment setting, clients slowly

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The Reality of Post-Acute Withdrawal and Relapse
11 June

It’s a common misconception that after detox and withdrawal, life returns to “normal,” when in reality, detox is merely the

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How Depression (And Its Stigma) Affects Men
31 May

It’s said that depression affects women more than it does men, but men and women experience depression equally. It’s just

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