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Let's start by defining the term "co-occurring disorder". Simply, a co-occurring disorder is when someone has a mental health diagnosis along with a substance use disorder. Another term for the same thing is dual diagnosis. However, in recent years the language has shifted away from...

Shop Recovery Gifts Meditation has been one of the greatest tools in my own recovery. I discovered meditation years before getting sober, but really dove back into it with the 11th step. I eventually found that my meditation practice was the strongest tool for growth in...

Shop Recovery Gifts Whether you're in recovery or close to someone in recovery, you know that the past can be haunting. As addicts, we spend our time acting in ways that cause harm to ourselves and those around us. When we get sober, the past doesn't...

Recovery Jokes - Our Favorite Alcohol and Drug Jokes Sometimes the best way to make it through something tough is with a little humor! You would probably be hard pressed to find a group of recovering people more willing to make fun of themselves than addicts...

Many people search for help for addiction online. According to the online tool Ahrefs, in the United States alone, about 3,000 people a month search for "drug rehab," 2,000 a month for "addiction treatment," and 4,500 for "heroin withdrawal." The Internet is a great tool,...

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Whether you get clean on your own, attend a support group, or live in a sober living home, you're probably familiar with this discussion. Do addicts ever recover completely or are they always recovering? The truth is that there are many...

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Many people choose to go to sober living homes after inpatient treatment. You may know these programs as sober living homes, sober living environments, SLE's, or sometimes halfway houses. If you've been in the recovery community for some time, you're probably...

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); As an atheist I was worried that I was going to have to start praying to a god that I didn’t believe in so I could get sober. Often times in the rooms of recovery you might hear that you cannot...

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); There are so many ways that therapy can be helpful for people with a range of clinical issues. For anyone who has even been in therapy they have probably experienced some benefits first hand. However, for people who have never...