Addiction crosses all barriers. Rich or poor, college degree or GED; women can struggle with addiction. From musicians to actresses and more you might be surprised at the number of famous women who struggle with addiction. Famous women and addiction 23 famous women who have struggled with addiction and mental health prove addiction and mental […]
Self-love is an important part of addiction recovery. Unfortunately, most people go through life never learning self-love. We all have times where we are down on ourselves. We think how could we have done this or that, how stupid it was to do. The problem occurs when that is a constant thought. It tends to […]
Sleep is vital to healing your body. You need to try to get eight hours of sleep a night. When you sleep your body repairs itself.
People with an addiction or mental health illness can enhance their recovery and treatment by learning self-love. It will give you a more positive outlook on your journey. It will also lead you to forgiveness for yourself and others. Practicing self-love leads to better self-esteem and self-acceptance of who you are. It will lead you […]
Ever wonder if self-awareness can benefit your life? Wonder no more. For centuries self-awareness has been promoted through the generations. It is a philosophy of knowing yourself to grow, change, and heal. If you do not know yourself how can grow, be happy with being with yourself or being with anyone else for that matter. […]
When you have true self-awareness you will be able to know yourself and your impact on those around you.
First, appreciate that you survived the holidays. Take a deep breath and enjoy your victory.
Now, it’s the start of a brand new year and time to plan for that year.
The New Year is just around the corner. We have some tips to help you celebrate without relapse.
It is that time of year again already. Out with the old, in with the new. We tend to take stock of where we are at the end of each year and make resolutions for the New Year.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, or is it? We all see the happy families without a care, all getting along on television but is that really how it works? The answer to that question is no.