Drug & Alcohol Rehab Blog
PTSD after a traumatic birth experience is real, valid, and treatable through holistic inpatient mental health treatment.
Here’s how you can reverse the negative effects of substance abuse on your heart. It’s not too late to find healing.
Getting inpatient treatment for mental health conditions can significantly help you develop coping skills to enjoy a more peaceful, happier life when battling anxiety, depression, or stress.
With Valentine’s Day on the calendar this month, it’s a good time to mark the importance of loving yourself even after a past that included addiction.
Bonding with a pet can help substance abuse addicts redirect their lives into a positive direction as they move forward with their recovery.
You have no control over how long the pandemic will last, but you do have control over your own actions and reactions. Here are some tips for controlling your anxiety.
Don’t let guilt and shame keep you from experiencing freedom in recovery. By learning to forgive yourself, you can let go of the past and move forward to a positive future.
When someone you love is in the grip of drug or alcohol addiction, you want to do everything in your power to help. But is it possible to make a difference—and should you even try?
Don’t hesitate to celebrate every milestone in recovery, big or small. This journey you are on deserves to be acknowledged at every turn.
Making New Year’s resolutions is easy… and keeping them can be too, even when you’re on a sober journey.
Having a parent with an addiction is scary and confusing, which is why talking to children openly and honestly is vital to assuring them they are valued and loved.
A hashtag like #SoberLite isn’t powerful enough to keep someone sober, but a truly sober lifestyle is.