When you lose someone that is close to you, getting past the grief can be difficult and can take a very long time. So, how to you get past that grief without it consuming you? When I lost my husband to a car accident, I struggled for months trying to find my footing. I missed a lot of work, couldn't pay my bills and had a difficult time getting out of bed each morning. That was until I began going to grief counseling. This was one thing that I never thought that I would do, but it has helped me in so many ways. To learn about some of the tools that I have been using to get past this difficult time, visit my website.
16 July 2020
Partial hospitalization program, or PHP, is a good option for many people looking for treatment services on par with residential recovery programs. For many people in addiction recovery, PHP poses itself as a solid option for making progress. Not sure how PHP can work for you? The answers to these questions can help you understand which treatment option is ideal for your situation. Who Does PHP Work For? PHP treatment is a good option for anybody who is looking to stay sober and receive treatment, especially in the initial days of release from a program.
18 March 2020
Recovering from opiate addiction will simultaneously become the most difficult and most rewarding thing you do in your life. You will need the support of friends, family members, and medical practitioners to make it through. Some people also choose to use Suboxone, a medication that binds to your opiate receptors and alleviates cravings, as a part of their recovery. Others prefer to recover without this medication. Should you use Suboxone as you recover?
10 January 2020
Many people experience work stress on a daily basis. However, sometimes that work stress can get downright overwhelming, and you cannot seem to manage or deal with that stress. If this has recently affected you, there are things that can help. Get to know some of the steps you should take when work stress gets overwhelming. Then, you can be sure you are doing what is best for you and your mental health going forward.