Celebrities with Mental Illness Part 1

Celebrities with Mental Illness Part 1

Celebrities with Mental Illness Part 1 It is important to never assume that just because celebrities look happy and make a lot of money that they do not have underlying issues. It takes a lot of bravery for those in the public eye to confess that they have their struggles like everyone else. Luckily, there …

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How to Make it Through the Holiday Abroad

How to Make it Through the Holiday Abroad

How to Make it Through the Holiday Abroad Traveling abroad can be hard but not impossible when you are in recovery at first. Some people use traveling as an excuse to take a vacation from their recovery because of all of the triggers that could surround them. There are many ways that you can enjoy …

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Ten Ways to Stay Sober in the Winter

Ten Ways to Stay Sober in the Winter

Ten Ways to Stay Sober in the Winter Before you were sober, winter was probably the time to have a few beers or alcoholic eggnog. It is a common misconception that the sober life is a boring life when that could not be farther from the truth. There are a lot of fun, clean, sober …

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How to Prepare for Winter When You Have Depression

How to Prepare for Winter When You Have Depression

How to Prepare for Winter When You Have Depression Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a depression that occurs during late autumn or early winter. This disorder causes you to sleep longer, eat more, have less energy, and show little enthusiasm for everyday activities. According to the Weather Channel and YouGov, 29% of people in the …

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How to Help a Child Who is Grieving

How to Help a Child Who is Grieving

How to Help a Child Who is Grieving How a child will react towards the death of a loved one will depend on how close they were with the person, what age they are, and what kind of support they receive. According to the Child Bereavement Network in the UK, 78% of 11-16 year-olds have …

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Fidget Spinners Help ADHD

Attention deficit problems are often treated with methods of self-distraction, like how fidget spinners help ADHD patients with subtle stress relief and constant motion.

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The Eight Phases of EMDR

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a form of psychotherapy to help people reprocess painful, unresolved memories such as people who have PTSD. 

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