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5 Self-Defeating Habits to Leave Behind this Spring

Start Spring Fresh by Replacing These Self-Defeating Behaviors! Life in recovery isn’t always sunshine and roses. Sometimes it can feel like you’re stuck in a wintry funk with no end in sight. Often, this feeling is a symptom of self-defeating habits. If you’re not careful, problematic behaviors like procrastination, defensiveness,

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8 Remarks that are Harmful to Recovery

Choose Your Words Carefully When Talking to Your Recovering Loved One Addiction recovery is a delicate process and should be addressed carefully. Don’t assume you know what to say to a recovering addict because your words could be more harmful than helpful. Here are eight things to avoid saying because

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Should I Call the Police on My Addicted Loved One?

Getting the Law Involved Is Tough, but Sometimes Necessary Loving someone who’s battling addiction is a struggle in and of itself. You suffer alongside them, worry about them constantly, and are always trying to think of some way to save them from themselves. You just want the fight to end

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