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I often think, when Memorial Day arrives, “Great, I have a 3 day weekend” or “I can’t wait to do nothing ALL DAY”. Rarely do I stop and wonder what this day is actually about: our fallen military. Working in the field of recovery, I am reminded every day about those that have fallen due… Continue reading Honoring Those Who Serve
Whether you work hard or play hard, it can be very difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle. As our lives get busier and busier, exercise and eating right gets squished out of the picture. In its place is a laundry list of to-dos that never seem to get done and goals that never seem to… Continue reading Working on Your Wellbeing
Is procrastination running your life? Do you have that long laundry list of things you want to achieve that never seems to get done? Here are a few tips on how to get off the proverbial hamster wheel… Are you biting off more than you can chew? Don’t chow down on your tasks, make a… Continue reading Is Procrastination a Part of Your Story?
Starting the day with an Attitude of Gratitude is one of the simplest of recovery tools, and one that continually proves to be the most powerful. A growing body of evidence from Positive Psychology researchers confirms that making a daily list of things for which you are grateful for can significantly improve your attitude, performance… Continue reading Having An Attitude of Gratitude
Arrogance is considered to be one of the least attractive personality traits. Those individuals who exhibit such an overbearing attitude can be difficult to be around. Their behavior can cause a great deal of upset and conflict. Those people who fall into addiction will often develop an arrogant attitude. This can prevent them from seeking… Continue reading Arrogance is the catalyst for relapse
How do you treat your mind? What things do you fill her/him with? What words do you speak to him/her? Do you trust him/her? Do you love him/her? Our minds are very fragile and it needs a certain kind of care in order to remain healthy and sharp. Sometimes our minds are… Continue reading How do you treat your mind?
Most people know that heavy alcohol drinking can cause health problems. But many people might not know that drinking alcohol can raise their cancer risk. The less alcohol you drink, the lower the risk of cancer. No type of alcohol is better or worse than another, it is the alcohol itself that leads… Continue reading Alcohol Consumption Leads to Cancer
Be honest and truthful with yourself It’s time to let go of all the self-hatred, all the self-judgment, all the I’m not good enough. Time to release all the people-pleasing, all the co-dependence, all the fear of abandonment. Time to set yourself free all the vengeance in your heart and dishonesty on your lips. Oh… Continue reading Be Honest and Truthful with Yourself.
The expression “you are your own worst enemy” rings true for most of us. How many times have we acted against our self-interest, then asked ourselves why we self-destruct? Why did we say that to a loved one? Why did we have that drink or take that drug? Why did we procrastinate on seeing… Continue reading Why We Self Sabotage and How to Stop
Each January, roughly one in three Americans resolve to better themselves for the year to come. These New Year’s Resolutions often focus on improving only physical health, but what if you focused on not only your physical health but your mental health, too? Our culture often dismisses mental self-care, but emotional well-being should… Continue reading A Happy and Healthy 2016