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How to Make the Most of Your Sober Vacation
Tracey L. Kelley | 28 July

Beloved poet Mary Oliver is famous for posing an insightful question in her poem “The Summer Day”: “Tell me, what

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Understanding Traumatic Brain Injuries and Substance Use
Tracey L. Kelley | 25 June

People experience traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) in many ways: assaults, contact sports, falls, firearm accidents, and motor vehicle crashes are

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Addiction, Loneliness, and Older Adults: The Sad Truth
Tracey L. Kelley | 31 March

Isolation and loneliness have taken a toll on America’s seniors, especially in the aftermath of the pandemic. The unfortunate result

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Drumming: Tap Into Your Inner Rhythm for Healing
Tracey L. Kelley | 22 March

In the whiz-bang rush of our modern age, sometimes it’s challenging to get to the heart of who we are

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The Partnership Between a Rehab Facility and a Client
Tracey L. Kelley | 5 March

Deciding to go to addiction rehab, especially an inpatient facility, isn’t always an easy choice. Many factors might come into

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Why Holistic Therapies Provide Longlasting Recovery
Tracey L. Kelley | 6 February

Choosing to go into rehab for substance use disorder (SUD) or alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a major step in

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Best Yoga Styles for Recovery
Tracey L. Kelley | 8 January

Using all the best tools at hand to reduce triggers and avoid relapse just makes sense, especially if they don’t

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What Is Good Sleep Hygiene, and Why Do You Need It?
Tracey L. Kelley | 31 December

Ah, the wonder of sleep. When we get just the right amount, we feel like we can conquer the world.

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Why Meditation Helps Recovery
Tracey L. Kelley | 14 November

What if someone said you could feel more calm, stop racing thoughts, control triggers, and sleep better by doing just

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Separation Anxiety: When Your Partner Goes to Rehab
Seabrook | 12 November

Home Alone Your partner’s substance abuse got way out of hand. Fortunately, they recognized their issue and sought out treatment.

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