After you go through treatment for addiction, you might think you're free and clear in terms of recovery. However, addiction recovery can be a long process, even after formal treatment. Your therapists and treatment staff probably told you about how common relapse is during recovery....

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that happens to some people after they experience a frightening or traumatic event. PTSD causes sufferers to experience flashbacks, nightmares and daily anxiety. PTSD triggers refer to the different stimuli that can cause anxiety and stress...

The best mental health and addiction treatment facilities understand the difference between mental and emotional health. Think of mental health like a vast ocean. Within that vast ocean are waves. Emotional health is like the waves. Mental health is more about absorbing all the data...

The symptoms of high-functioning depression can be very similar to the signs of major depression. However, high-functioning depression symptoms are typically less severe. The term “high-functioning” usually refers to a mental health condition where the sufferer experiences many of the same symptoms as a more...

Relationships are one of the most intrinsic needs that humans have. If you're in recovery from addiction, it's very likely that you're wondering about your relationships. Most people with addiction damage their relationships during their struggles with substance abuse. As you move from active addiction...

Addiction recovery isn't easy. It's often a very long and dusty road. But, these days there are so many more ways to facilitate recovery beyond talk therapy and the 12-Step Program. Holistic addiction treatment is becoming even more common and popular alongside traditional methods. One...

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...

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