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Relationships in Recovery

Recovery, not unlike life in general, is all about relationships: relationships with ourselves, friends, families, neighbors, co-workers, a higher power, etc. Learning how to navigate these relationships is one of the most challenging things for people who are recovering from a substance use disorder. Imagine that you went hiking and

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Addiction and Recovery in Women

March is Women’s History Month when women are celebrated for their strength, resilience, and accomplishments. This month also promotes gender equality and reminds us of the improvements, and discoveries, related to women’s health. Today, there is more research available to help us better understand medical conditions and the discrepancies between

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Benefits of Companion Care

While many older adults prefer to live independently in their own homes, this may be a cause for concern among families. As our loved one’s age, they face an increase in challenges with completing daily tasks, and may not socialize as much as they used to. This can cause them

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Signs Your Aging Loved One May Need Help

As our loved ones grow older and face an increase in health challenges, it can be hard to stay up to date on how they are doing. Many seniors are not always upfront about their health concerns, or the difficulties they face when living alone. Often, seniors have a strong

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Simple Steps to Help Improve Your Sleep

Sleep is essential for good mental and physical health, and it’s critical to get the proper amount each night. It’s been revealed that we spend about one-third of our lives asleep, deeming it as important as eating, drinking, and breathing. Lack of sleep can lead to increased anxiety and depression,

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Healthy Habits for Mental Health in 2021

The new year is in full swing and brings the opportunity to create healthy habits in 2021, while also reflecting on what we have learned in 2020. When considering mental health, last year was difficult for many. This being said, it’s important to use what we have learned to help

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