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7 Nuggets to Help You Take Control of Your Life After Abuse

If you have been abused, it is very likely that you will feel the effects of that abuse in all your future relationships.  It could be with your spouse, your friends, your family, and your children. Imagine what it would … r

How did implementing a regiment into my lifestyle work

Why You Should Implement A Regimen In Your Recovery

Can a regimen make or break your recovery? It doesn’t really matter what your recovering from, whether it be drugs and alcohol or sex and over eating. Even the common cold can be troublesome without some organizational structure or a … r

Use Your Story to Light a Fire and Change the World

Whenever I’m feeling particularly uninspired or low, one of my favorite activities is to read the biography of someone famous and look for the part of their life story where they had struggled. I find that I learn a lot more from a person’s low points—my own included—rather than a highlight reel of their greatest achievements. r

10 Ways to Help If You Suffer From an Anxiety Disorder

Anxiety disorders all have acute fear and/or nervousness as the predominant symptom. They are disturbingly common, affecting millions of people. r

Five Important Steps You Should Take After A Recovery Program

Recovery does not end after a recovery program does. Whether you have been in treatment for thirty, sixty or ninety days, there is a lot more work to be done. r

Secrets of People Who Triumph – What My Daughter’s Brief Life Taught Me About Love, Loss, and Triumph

When you experience a loss, a deep sorrow, and you don’t deal with it, it’s like breaking a bone and expecting it to heal on its own. It may reknit itself. But it won’t heal correctly. While the acute pain may dissipate, but your full range of motion is never restored. r