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The difference between self-care lies in future investment. Are you living in the moment, or are you building a healthier future for yourself? If you aren’t sure, follow these steps—they’ll guide you as you reconsider your self-care process.


June 18, 2024

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Sharing your story can be a powerful way to take control of your recovery narrative by reframing it to focus on personal growth.


June 11, 2024

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Understanding the risks of relapse and the underlying causes is critical for creating effective prevention strategies and supporting long-term recovery efforts.


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Self-care is not indulgence in unhealthy behaviors. It feels good to binge drink, overeat, or shop for a little while. But these activities give people a chance to delay actually treating problems. Worse, some “self-care” is an unhealthy coping mechanism with lifelong consequences. 


May 29, 2024

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First responders can experience extreme stress during a crisis, which can build and lead to burnout or secondary traumatic stress. 


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Nothing can take away the pain of losing a child to an overdose, but you are not alone. This guide offers ideas and resources to help you through the grieving process.


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Reducing tension and anxiety is one of the main benefits of brisk walking or running as a means of addiction rehabilitation.


May 9, 2024

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People who experience ADHD paralysis may feel like their mind and body are at a standstill. They may feel pressure to get things done but can’t think about where to start.


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The word “doomscrolling” is relatively new and refers to the all too common act of continually scrolling through negative posts on social media that make you feel a deep-seated internal sense of dread or discomfort. 


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Negative thinking patterns are easy to fall into and even easier to recognize. Most people experience negative thoughts about themselves at some point in their lives.


April 17, 2024

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As the era of artificial intelligence approaches, it’s important to understand possible uses. Artificial intelligence for mental health has great potential.


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Substance use disorder (SUD) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are two of the largest issues facing veterans today in the United States.


April 2, 2024

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