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    Jun
    Self Care May Help Prevent Relapse
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    How can relapse be avoided? The best way to avoid relapse is by knowing and planning for the stages of emotional, mental and physical relapse. This is where self care is important. Self Care is Essential for Relapse Prevention When the individual makes the decision to change their life, that is the biggest and most … Continue reading Self Care May Help Prevent Relapse

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    Jun
    Exercise Tips for Sober Living
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    Exercising is not everyone’s favorite thing to do. In fact, for individuals in recovery, it may be the last thing on their mind, and the last thing they feel inclined to do, while working to maintain their sobriety. However, it is indisputable that regular physical activity can be an integral part of staying sober. This … Continue reading Exercise Tips for Sober Living

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  • 13
    Jun
    Learning Life Skills in Rehab
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      Learning life skills when one in rehab is one of the main benefits of getting addiction treatment. Acquiring a variety of new life skills can help the individual regain their footing and be better prepared for their return to a sober lifestyle. What Kind of Life Skills Are Taught in Rehab? Counselors work with … Continue reading Learning Life Skills in Rehab

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  • 12
    Jun
    Sharing Can Be Beneficial in AA Meetings
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      One of the biggest advantages of the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program is that it is a safe space where individuals can talk about their addiction experiences, their recovery and any bumps along the way. Sharing of this type can be very therapeutic and it is one of the main reasons why individuals continue going … Continue reading Sharing Can Be Beneficial in AA Meetings

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