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Amsterdam Sugar Rehab Sweet on Recovery Author: Justin Mckibben Plenty of attention has been paid to the true dependence most Americans have on sugar. In recent years there have been documentaries and activists making bold statements about how so much of the food we consume in... Learn More
Empowering Teens When it Comes to Drug Use [caption id="attachment_16412" align="aligncenter" width="300"] (This content is being used for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted in the content is a model)[/caption] By Cheryl Steinberg We already know that campaigns like “Just Say ‘No’” and D.A.R.E. don’t work. Neither has... Learn More
Home Based Therapy: A New Treatment Approach   In Connecticut, they’re using a unique approach to substance abuse recovery – and it’s showing some positive results. A new approach to rehabilitation in Madison, Conn. allows alcoholics and addicts to work on their recovery from their own homes.... Learn More
11 New Year’s Financial Resolutions You Should Be Making [caption id="attachment_14906" align="aligncenter" width="450" class=" "] (This content is being used for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted in the content is a model)[/caption] By Cheryl Steinberg You hear it every year at New Year’s: “Have a happy, healthy, and... Learn More
Down with OPP (Other People’s Programs) [caption id="attachment_13994" align="aligncenter" width="450" class=" "] via[/caption] By Cheryl Steinberg Taking other people’s inventory, you know you do it. Or you have done it in the past. Probably early on in your recovery as well as on days that... Learn More
Can You “Grow Out” of Your Drug Addiction? By Cheryl Steinberg According to large studies that focus on diseases, most people who have a diagnosable addiction problem tend to quit using drugs around their mid-20s and, without treatment. That may be due to the fact that, around your... Learn More
Addiction and the Catch-22  Author: Justin Mckibben The ‘Catch-22’ of addiction is a tricky delusion that too many addicts too often find themselves stuck in, which can quickly turn to a scary back-slide into old behaviors and ultimately into a relapse, depending on how... Learn More
11 Reasons Making Changes is So Hard Let’s face it, change is hard. Like, really hard. So much so that many of us have to be utterly miserable with the way things are before we’re ready to make changes. I totally get it. I’m a procrastinator through-and-through... Learn More
How to Deal When a Friend Relapses… Friendship is something we all look for, and one of the most valuable things in this life we are gifted with. We look for companions among our peers to walk through life’s brightest moments and heavy burdens with. In sobriety... Learn More
5 Ways to Get Out of Your Own Head It is true a mind is a terrible thing to waste, but some would say you can waste too much time stuck in your own mind. As important as reflection and self-knowledge can be in recovery, it is not always... Learn More

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