Tag Archives: Self-Care

  • Sharpening the Saw
    Monday, October 12th, 2020

    Sharpening the Saw

    Self-care is vital for recovery. Listening to our bodies, engaging in healthy habits, and maintaining realistic interpersonal and time boundaries are important aspects of healthy, sober living. Stephen Covey...
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  • Dr. David Fawcett on Living Well
    Monday, May 25th, 2020

    Dr. David Fawcett on Living Well

    Not long ago, Dr. David Fawcett, our VP for Clinical Programming and our Wednesday evening Addiction and Recovery webinar host, was interviewed by TheBody.com about how individuals with HIV...
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  • Wounded Healers: A Hot Bath is Like a Big Hug
    Friday, April 24th, 2020

    Wounded Healers: A Hot Bath is Like a Big Hug

    By Tim Stein Meditation from Gifts of Recovery. A hot bath is like a big hug. –Therapy lesson Hugs are soothing and nurturing. Our earliest soothing and nurturing experience was being...
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  • The Importance of Saying No
    Monday, April 6th, 2020

    The Importance of Saying No

    By Scott Brassart For many people, the hardest word to say in the entire English language is no. We just can’t seem to spit out this tiny, two-letter word,...
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  • Sharpening the Saw
    Saturday, October 12th, 2019

    Sharpening the Saw

    Self-care is vital for recovery. It’s a rare addict who starts the recovery process while engaging in a healthy, well-rounded program of self-care. That said, listening to our bodies,...
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