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Tips for Creating a Relapse Prevention Plan
Seabrook | 19 July

You have worked hard to get sober and maintain your health and wellness after long-term drug or alcohol use. A

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transitional living
What Is Transitional Living?
Seabrook | 17 May

Though everyone with substance misuse disorders moves through recovery at different rates, the longer you spend in treatment, the greater

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Seabrook’s Tips for a Sober 4th!
Seabrook | 3 July

Friedrich Nietzsche once said, “Freedom is the will to be responsible for ourselves”. Freedom and responsibility often go hand-in-hand. Independence

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Which Friends Will Support Your Sobriety?
Seabrook | 18 September

Especially in early recovery, it’s important to do your best to spend the majority of your time with friends and

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How Empathy Can Help You Heal
Seabrook | 21 August

Empathy, or the ability to step into the shoes of another person and feel what he or she is feeling,

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Why You Should Wait to Date
Seabrook | 11 August

Experts almost universally advise against making any major life changes in the first year of sobriety – and this includes

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4 Reasons to Continue Talk Therapy
Seabrook | 26 July

If you’re in rehab, it’s likely that talk therapy – between you and a therapist, social worker, psychologist, psychiatrist or

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Do You Know the Early Signs of Relapse?
Seabrook | 23 June

Recovery is a long, winding path with ups and downs, successes and disappointments, progress and back-sliding. While relapse is common

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4 Tips for Starting a Recovery Journal
Seabrook | 8 June

Considering starting a recovery journal? It’s a smart addition to your overall recovery plan. That’s because the act of journaling

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5 More Reasons to Add Exercise to Your Recovery
Seabrook | 24 May

By now, you’re likely not too surprised to hear that exercise is an important part of the addiction recovery process. Yoga

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