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Learn How Deep-Breathing Techniques Can Benefit Your Recovery

Meditation stimulates and trains your brain to be happy and "naturally high" without the need for alcohol, prescriptions, marijuana, drugs, cigarettes, or any other addictive substance to feel good!

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Consider Dual Diagnosis For Lasting Recovery

Consider Dual Diagnosis For Lasting Recovery

By Fort Behavioral on 19.07.19

People struggle with substance use for a variety of reasons- for some, it’s trauma or inadequate coping mechanisms, for others, it’s how they deal with a psychiatric disorder. According to the National Association of Mental Illness (NAMI), 37 percent...

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Cautiously Looking on The Bright Side

Cautiously Looking on The Bright Side

By Fort Behavioral on 18.07.19

We’ve learned through experience things don’t improve simply because we hope they will- the Optimistic Addict is an oxymoron. Our addictions teach us tomorrow will simply be a repeat of today: a scramble to feed our addiction, to cover it up, to put ...

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The Myth of the Addictive Personality

The Myth of the Addictive Personality

By Fort Behavioral on 18.07.19

Addiction disorder is a complex condition that can affect anyone regardless of their individual personalities. While there is still much debate about why it is that some people develop addictions while others do not, the general consensus among exper...

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Identifying “With” Your Addiction, Instead of “As” It

Identifying “With” Your Addiction, Instead of “As” It

By Fort Behavioral on 17.07.19

You might think you have a problem but you might not know what to do or how to go about solving it. You may lack motivation or hope or even desire. You might not see yourself as worthy of recovery or are afraid of a life without your illness. You Ar...

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