Addiction Recovery Methods & Support Articles and Resources
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In his book Recovery: Freedom from Our Addictions, comedian, actor, and self-help guide, Russell Brand describes how easy it is to go down the path of acting on your urges to fall back into substance abuse or use addictive behaviors. He writes, “Once I topple, go active, decide to pursue my nominated object of addiction, [...] Read More
By mid-January, those who made New Year’s resolutions are starting to feel the heat. According to an article in USA Today, “January 17 is D-Day for New Year’s resolutions – the day most people give up on good intentions and fall back into old habits.”  This makes it hard for a sober 2020. Ugh. [...] Read More
“Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” These are the words of mild-mannered Bruce Banner in the 70’s TV show The Incredible Hulk. As a kid, I couldn’t wait to watch each week’s episode. I can still see the Hulk, played by massive Lou Ferrigno, battling it out with Bigfoot in a [...] Read More
The majority of my experience as a mental health professional has been in the context of treatment centers. My guess is that less than 30% of the clients in these settings came to treatment because they were motivated for substance use disorder recovery. Instead, they came because of one or more of the following reasons: [...] Read More
2019 marks the 50th year of the PBS children’s educational show Sesame Street, and a new sesame street character named Karlie is being introduced. True to their form, the creators of the program began by asking a simple question, can television be used to educate kids? Utilizing research in the fields of developmental psychology and [...] Read More
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