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Discovering Your Purpose in Recovery Through Building Life Skills

Discovering Your Purpose in Recovery Through Building Life Skills

Making changes is difficult. However, when you are struggling with addiction it is necessary. In life coaching and individual counseling through treatment at New Creation Recovery, you work with a counselor who helps you to make changes, including building life skills. A helpful technique is to discover your purpose. When you have a firm grasp […]

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Navigating the Opioid Crisis: Strategies for Women's Recovery

Navigating the Opioid Crisis: Strategies for Women’s Recovery

Over 16 million people globally and 2.1 million in the United States have opioid use disorder (OUD). Moreover, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) notes, more than 75% of drug-related overdose deaths have involved opioids. The statistics highlight the depth of the opioid crisis that has taken its toll on entire communities

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How You Can Learn Honesty at New Creation Recovery

How You Can Learn Honesty at New Creation Recovery

Some people find it challenging to be honest about their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors during treatment for substance use disorder (SUD). Trauma and other underlying factors may influence how you present yourself to others. According to Scientific Reports, “Personal values . . . guide humans’ attitudes and behavior, [which] makes them an essential component of

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Finding Resilience on Your Path to Recovery

Finding Resilience on Your Path to Recovery

Finding resilience and building healthy coping skills are essential steps in healing from substance use disorder (SUD). Resilience is known to help people recover from alcohol use disorder (AUD) and other addictive behaviors. According to Alcohol Research Current Reviews, “As related to alcohol dependence, improving resilience would influence cognitive and emotional control in the face

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Closing the Gap: Addressing Alcohol Use Disorder for Young Women

Closing the Gap: Addressing Alcohol Use Disorder for Young Women

It is common for many young adults to drink recreationally. Young adulthood comes with intense pressure to hit common adult milestones. These may include graduating from college, finding a solid career, meeting a committed spouse, and establishing new home ownership. Binge drinking daily for a prolonged period can often lead to alcohol use disorder (AUD).

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How Vulnerability Helps Women Build Connections in Treatment

How Vulnerability Helps Women Build Connections in Treatment

Being vulnerable is one way people allow themselves to explore personal growth. Exploring new internal experiences and finding positive ways to reframe maladaptive thoughts or behaviors starts with accepting the vulnerability of change. According to the London Journal of Primary Care, “Showing vulnerability may at times be valuable, but it does need to be done

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Learning to Focus on the Journey After Relapse

Learning to Focus on the Journey After Relapse

Many people experience relapse and other challenges during recovery from substance use disorder (SUD). According to Springer Nature, approximately 60% of people will experience some form of relapse, and “while some people do achieve lasting change with one serious attempt, for many people repeated attempts are needed for success.” Finding healthy ways to move forward

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Rediscovering the Balance of Flexibility and Strength Through Yoga in Rehab

Rediscovering the Balance of Flexibility and Strength Through Yoga in Rehab

Drugs and alcohol have a significant impact on your body, affecting both your flexibility and strength. As a result, you may find yourself less capable of moving well and in more pain. Fortunately, you can take steps to remedy these issues. In treatment at New Creation Recovery, you can participate in yoga in rehab. This

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