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5 Ways to Support an Alcoholic in Recovery

4 Tips For Preventing Relapse During Covid-19

Author Being in self-isolation due to stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders during the COVID-19 pandemic is associated with an increased risk of relapse for those in recovery from a substance use disorder. ...
5 Ways to Support an Alcoholic in Recovery

5 Ways to Support an Alcoholic in Recovery

Alcoholism is a disease that affects men, women, and children across the U.S. Alcohol addiction can occur in a person’s life regardless of their ethnicity, background, or income level. It’s estimated that 16 million American adults have an alcohol...
How Can We Teach Our Children to Express Their Emotions?

How Can We Teach Our Children to Express Their Emotions?

Author Being in self-isolation due to stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders during the COVID-19 pandemic is associated with an increased risk of relapse for those in recovery from a substance use disorder. ...

Questions & Answers


Some Popular Questions from our Q&A Resources

How Can We Teach Our Children to Express Their Emotions?
One of the things we learn as recovering addicts is just how harmful it can be to deny and suppress our feelings. The more we avoid feeling our difficult emotions, the harder they become to deal with, and we develop coping mechanisms that often co...
Why Do We Self-Blame?
Many of us have a tendency to form unhealthy attachments to our emotions, and among the feelings we commonly become unhealthily attached to are our guilt, shame and self-blame. We instinctively blame ourselves for things that aren’t our fault. We ...
How Does Dissociation Relate to Our Addictions? 
Dissociation is one of the many mental health patterns we can develop, especially after we’ve endured crippling trauma, grief, loss, and other painful experiences. Dissociation can lead to habitual behavioral patterns that we often aren’t consciou...
How Can I Become My Own Best Friend?
When we are living with addictions and mental health issues, we are often our own worst enemy and harshest critic. We adopt the voice of our inner demons and forget that they aren’t our true self. We live in fear rather than self-love. How can we ...
How Can We Talk to Our Children About Addiction?
Addiction and other heavy subjects can be hard to address with children. Addiction has increasingly become a problem in younger children and adolescents. The same factors that cause adults to develop addictions are present in young people as well....
How Can I Recognize Compulsions?
Our compulsions are the behaviors we feel we are unable to control. They can be tied to our addictions, as well as to our anxiety and other mental health issues such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Sometimes we are conscious of our compulsions. ...
What is Emotional and Behavioral Relapse?
When we think of relapse, we think of falling back into our addictive patterns and picking up our drug of choice again after working so hard to get sober. We think of the temptation, addictive urges, and compulsive behaviors we associate with it. ...
How Can Loss Affect Our Recovery?
 As recovering addicts, we’re no strangers to loss. We’ve lost loved ones to their addictions. We’ve damaged and lost relationships because of our problems with addiction. We’ve experienced a great deal of tragedy, trauma, and grief related to add...

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