There have been many types of faith and religion applied to addiction treatment programs, including Buddhism. So how does Buddhism fit into addiction treatment? Let’s take a closer look at Recovery Dharma.
People in recovery need time for reflection and introspection, but it’s equally important to keep your mind focused, especially when a lack of focus is what makes the difference between sobriety and relapse.
We tend to see relapse as something that happens suddenly. However, a relapse is actually a process that unfolds in three separate stages, each distinct with its own warning signs and implications.
If you’ve ever wondered how long it takes to get sober, then we’ve got the information you’re looking for… but it may not be the answer you were hoping to get.
People have a tendency to see physical and mental health as separate. However, our physical and mental health are much more connected than we realize.
The seemingly infinite downsides to addiction lead many to assume that once someone gets sober, relapse would be unlikely. Yet the data tells us otherwise… So why do addicts relapse?
Although they’re often used as a follow-up to inpatient care, sober living homes can actually be employed for your recovery in other unique and useful ways.
We often look at sober living homes as the final step in the rehabilitation process. However, it’s crucial to remember that sober living is just another step in the process. So what comes after a sober living program?
Recovery often evokes thoughts of clinical treatment and therapy, but there are a variety of other tools with which to achieve or sustain your sobriety. From cooking to learning an instrument, let’s take a look at five unexpected options you could use to maintain a successful recovery.
Recovery doesn’t end with sobriety. Creating a strategy to prevent relapse is just as important, which is why we’ve made this comprehensive guide to creating your relapse prevention strategy.