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Substance Addiction

What Are the Signs of Bipolar Depression?

Posted on September 3, 2019

Bipolar is a psychiatric disorder that’s characterized by states of mania and states of depression. In this two-part series, we’ll look at signs of both bipolar mania and depression. We’ll first discuss the general meaning of bipolar depression, as well as common signs and symptoms. People with bipolar disorder experience states of mania and states… Read On »

Can We Heal from Mental Illness and Addiction?

Posted on March 28, 2019

When we are in the middle of our battles with mental health issues and addiction, we can feel as though there’s no end in sight to our suffering, no light at the end of the tunnel. We’ve lost hope for our recovery, and we’ve lost faith in ourselves and our abilities. We feel so down… Read On »

How Do We Become Self-Destructive?

Posted on March 27, 2019

For many of us living with addiction and mental health issues, we experience a disturbing trend that is unfortunately very common – the overwhelming desire to self-destruct. Our thoughts revolve around how we can harm ourselves. We suffer from low self-esteem and a tainted self-image. Our self-perception is based on self-hatred, self-judgment, and self-rejection. How… Read On »

4 Reasons To Take Up Running In Recovery

Posted on March 21, 2019

  A successful recovery requires many changes, including different ways of thinking, spending time with different people, and adopting a healthier lifestyle that includes a healthy diet, plenty of sleep, and regular exercise. Many studies have found that exercise can improve your mood and reduce post-acute withdrawal symptoms, making it a valuable part of every… Read On »

Shedding the Stigma Around Addiction

Posted on March 1, 2019

  Addiction is stigmatized in our mainstream culture and has been for some time. We stereotype addicted people as criminals, as being irresponsible, lazy, shameful and immoral. We associate addiction with crime, poverty, homelessness, and corruption. We don’t want “addicts” or their illnesses to be part of our communities or our families. As such, we… Read On »