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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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Discrimination May Hinder Successful Recovery

Discrimination May Hinder Successful Recovery

By Fort Behavioral on 24.01.20

A recent study assessing Perceived Discrimination in Addiction Recovery found that even after recovering from a substance abuse problem, adults in recovery report experiencing minor and major forms of discrimination. These experiences cause stress, l...

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9 Warning Signs of a Codependent Relationship

9 Warning Signs of a Codependent Relationship

By Fort Behavioral on 24.01.20

A codependent relationship is a kind of dysfunctional relationship where one person is a caretaker and the other person takes advantage. Codependent relationships are extremely common among people with substance use issues. Typically, one partner wil...

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Does Cohabitation Influence Drinking Habits Among Partners?

Does Cohabitation Influence Drinking Habits Among Partners?

By Fort Behavioral on 23.01.20

A recent study on The Influence of Alcohol Consumption Among Partners in Newly Cohabiting Relationships hoped to reveal if a cohabiting partner’s alcohol consumption habits influence their partner’s consumption habits and vice versa. The StudyThe res...

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7 Ways Colleges Can Reduce Binge Drinking

7 Ways Colleges Can Reduce Binge Drinking

By Fort Behavioral on 22.01.20

Binge drinking is often considered to be an integral part of the college experience. Binge drinking is defined as having four drinks in a sitting for women and five drinks for men. Studies show that about 80 percent of college students drink and abou...

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