Readjusting to Life Post Sex Addiction Rehab

Readjusting to Life Post Sex Addiction Rehab

Learning how to live a new version of normal post-addiction is hard. Especially with an addiction like sex addiction, finding a balance of healthy sexual activity can be difficult after sex addiction rehab. It is wholly unreasonable to assume that an individual would...
The Road to Recovery: A Spouse’s Perspective

The Road to Recovery: A Spouse’s Perspective

As you may already know, addiction can take a grave toll on romantic relationships. When substance abuse becomes a problem, what was once a marriage filled with trust and mutual understanding, quickly erodes into something much more fragile. We know how difficult it...
Keeping Your Alcohol Addiction in the Past

Keeping Your Alcohol Addiction in the Past

Defeating your alcohol addiction was one grand leap in your journey to freedom. What comes next is a lifetime test of your strength and will: perpetual sobriety—or in other words, avoiding a relapse. Sadly, relapse happens more often than anyone cares to admit,...
Coping with Mental Illnesses – Depression

Coping with Mental Illnesses – Depression

Depression is a debilitating mental illness that can seem impossible to overcome. Many people struggle with depression in silence, waiting for the day they’ll snap out of their state. But depression is an illness that needs to be treated just like any other medical...
Overcoming Addiction Through Religion

Overcoming Addiction Through Religion

Recent trends have brought about a growing awareness of the connection between mind, body, and soul. The body and mind experience great benefits when a person focuses on caring for their soul through religious activity. This intricate connection shows how religion can...
Tips from Former Addicts Who Went Through Rehab

Tips from Former Addicts Who Went Through Rehab

If you’re about to go into addiction recovery or rehab, you’re not alone! People just like you have gone through rehabs in Utah and have learned the five lessons below that will help you get through it, too—and to really thrive.   Commit to the Process Brain scans...
Acceptance: I Am More than My Addiction

Acceptance: I Am More than My Addiction

You are more than your addiction. It’s true that you’re struggling with an addiction right now, but that doesn’t mean you’re only an addict, nothing more. You’re a person. And there’s always hope for everyone.   Fighting a Disease Think of someone who has a condition...