What Should I Know About Dating? Going on a date can be a sign of growing up in that you are willing to get to know someone one-on-one. It can scary getting to know someone for the first time and not knowing what to expect. As long as you are confident in yourself and you...Read More
Finding a Job After Rehab You may think that no company will want to hire someone with a substance or alcohol abuse past but the truth is that it is possible to find employment after rehab. It is hard for everyone who is unemployed to find work. It is important to seek help from your...Read More
How Can I Be Safe When There Is Drinking and Drugs at Parties? People go to parties in order to have fun with their friends and meet new people. Unfortunately, parties have a tendency of getting out of control. There are dangerous, life-threatening risks that come from serious partying such as drinking too much, alcohol...Read More
Social Skills Training Addicts can often have a difficult time relating to others in social situations. This stems from behavior that was centered around the addiction. Much of an addict’s time is spent drinking, using drugs, gambling, or other behavior. Once in recovery, the addict will eventually need to relearn how to interact with others....Read More
How Do You Problem-Solve in Recovery? Recovery is a time to learn new ways of thinking, and solving problems that may arise. For so long, you were dependent on alcohol or drugs to get you through, however, now you will solve problems with a clear mind and find workable solutions. Most of the decisions...Read More
Goal Setting in Recovery A person who begins recovery has many questions about where to go from here. A person’s mind can become overwhelmed with all the things that need to be done and the wrongs that need to be made right. Recovery is a lifelong endeavor and not all problems or concerns need to...Read More
Following treatment, one can begin to experience positive changes in physical, emotional, and psychological health. Here are eight ways life can change following treatment. 1. You will experience emotional regulation. Your emotions will be less exaggerated and you might feel that you have some control over your emotions. This is an important consideration because when...Read More
Part of the problem with time management and ADHD is not havinga concept of time. People living with ADHD have experiences like swearing to themselves they will only be distracted for five minutes, then twenty-five minutes will somehow go by. Creating a time schedule is also a problem for this reason. Someone with ADHD might...Read More
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