September is a transition month where summer slowly moves into fall. The warm days get cooler, and the leaves change color as we prepare for the winter months ahead. September is also National Recovery Month as designated by the Mental Health Services Administration to celebrate...

Addiction to alcohol or drugs can be confusing, frustrating and devastating. Because it involves the reward chemicals in the brain, it’s not a disease with a quick cure. In fact, an addict may relapse up to six times before becoming sober for good. Our brains...

Many people who struggle with addiction never get treatment. There are many reasons for this, but one of them is that they worry that they can’t put their life on hold while they go through addiction recovery. We have so many obligations and responsibilities that...

Many people let themselves slide into unhealthy habits during the holidays. That’s one reason why we set New Year’s resolutions. For some, the issue isn’t eating too many cookies, though. During the overwhelming holiday season, it’s easy for those with substance abuse disorders to struggle...

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September is time for celebrating the re-emergence of pumpkin spice everything, cooler weather and recovery. The Mental Health Services Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, designated September as National Recovery Month to bring awareness to the issue of substance abuse...

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