When All Eyes Are on Your Recovery

When All Eyes Are on Your Recovery

Recovery is a process that is personal. Of course, those aware of your history can feel like they are prying, whether they’re well-meaning or just plain curious. Your sobriety has become part of their story too. While understandable and expected, their interest can be...
Can I Afford Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

Can I Afford Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

Rehab is incredibly valuable for recovery, but it is not free. Costs vary by location, treatment, and length of stay, and there are ways to make the cost of rehab more manageable. Explore Rehab Insurance The first step in determining the affordability of rehab is to...
Celebrating the Small Stuff

Celebrating the Small Stuff

You already know not to sweat the small stuff. But do you know to celebrate the small stuff? Not everything you do has to be earth shattering, but if what you’re doing is showing even a small improvement, then you should celebrate it. Write a “Done” List You’re likely...
Journaling as a Source of Healing

Journaling as a Source of Healing

Talking about your feelings is important, but so is writing about them. Journaling is an excellent tool for self-discovery that can provide much-needed emotional release during recovery. If you are new to journaling, it’s important to understand that there is no right...
Establishing a Daily Routine in Recovery

Establishing a Daily Routine in Recovery

A daily routine can be anything but boring when you establish healthy habits that will enhance your physical and emotional well-being. Planning ahead so you can fit into your day all the things you need to do—plus some of the things you want to do—can go a long way to...
Eliminating the Fear Factor from Rehab

Eliminating the Fear Factor from Rehab

Halloween is coming, but rehab doesn’t have to be scary. In fact, going away to rehab can be one of the best, most peace-filled decisions you’ll ever make. Take a look at some common fears about going to rehab, along with facts to help you overcome them. Fear of...