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Suddenly we’re missing obvious warning signs, ignoring key markers of danger, or simply deciding to take a leap of faith at exactly the wrong moment.
But no matter how difficult a challenge or how great a triumph it is for us to get from there to here, life’s still going to keep throwing more problems at us.
Good sleep patterns are an antidote for depression, and research shows that better sleep directly improves your mood.
For most of us, sleep problems are related to the recovery process itself, and the complex changes that occur as the brain heals following considerable abuse
If you notice any of these signs, it’s a good idea to make an appointment right away, talk to your group leader before/after a group session, or bring them up in your support or step group.
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Medication may help, and we shouldn’t automatically rule it out because it’s “taking pills.” Some pills are okay, if we take them under supervision and according to directions.
We recognize that for some, change can be really difficult. Good intentions aren’t enough.
It’s difficult to gab or text with your friends or play Candy Crush while you’re struggling to assume the yoga position.
If there’s one drug we’re all reluctant to give up, it’s our prejudices.
We have to ensure the safety and security of those who reside there. It’s not the sort of business that naturally self-regulates. That’s what government is for.