Keeping a journal or diary is much more than just a way to record your experiences and thoughts. Studies show that journaling is an effective stress relief exercise, and people
One of the best things you can do to safeguard your sobriety is to work on your self-esteem. After all, the better you feel about yourself and who you are
Accepting Change and Embracing Challenges in Recovery Part of managing the ups and downs of life in recovery is choosing positive responses to the challenges that life throws at you.
Tips for Enjoying Life Sober & Staying Positive in Recovery Many recovering people report a feeling of happiness in early recovery that is like being on a ‘pink cloud.’ While
What is Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS)? Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome refers to symptoms the recovering person will experience as their body heals itself and returns to a normal chemical balance.
The Importance of Giving Back in Recovery Recovering people are considered selfish, and many of us are the first to admit it. Perhaps we have earned a bad reputation during
Choosing a Sober Living Home We’ve discussed on this blog how participating in 12 months of treatment gets a newly sober individual to a crucial milestone after which the likelihood of
Al-anon and Alateen – Powerful Tools for Recovery The average family member of someone in an active addiction suffers unbelievable stress. The person typically worries endlessly about a family member and
How to Get Out of a Rut in Early Recovery If you are in your first year of recovery, then you are starting to enjoy sober activities again (and soon
NorthStar Transitions is In-Network with Rocky Mountain Health Plans NorthStar Transitions is proud to be an in-network provider of drug rehabilitation services for Rocky Mountain Health Plans. Our mission is to