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owning your past

Shame: The Enemy of Progress

Shame: The Enemy of Progress By Cornerstone Healing Center Recovery can be a deeply private experience and it’s not uncommon for people to be embarrassed

addiction replacement

Replacing One Addiction With Another

Replacing One Addiction With Another By Cornerstone Healing Center Setting the boundaries of your recovery is a personal decision. If you struggled with addiction to

what to do when you relapse

I Slipped Up–Now What?

I Slipped Up–Now What? By Cornerstone Healing Center Like it or not, relapse is part of recovery. Roughly 40-60% of people with substance use disorders

coping without substances

Ten Ways to Cope That Don’t Involve Substances

Ten Ways to Cope That Don’t Involve Substances By Cornerstone Healing Center Negative emotions and substance use are often tightly intertwined. Alcohol in particular occupies

when your friends aren't sober

What If All My Friends Party?

What If All My Friends Party? By Cornerstone Healing Center A common crossroads for people returning to regular life after treatment is the extent to

alcohol and anger

Alcohol and Anger

Alcohol and Anger By Cornerstone Healing Center It’s no secret that society tends to portray desirable, admirable men as tough, rugged individuals who manage their

I want to be done already

“I Just Want to Be Done Already”

“I Just Want to Be Done Already” By Cornerstone Healing Center Recovery is a lifelong effort and accepting that fact can be frustrating. You may

my partner is using

When Your Partner Is Part of the Problem

When Your Partner Is Part of the Problem By Cornerstone Healing Center Just because you’re in recovery doesn’t mean that your partner has to cut

Marcus Clark Escaping Rock Bottom

Marcus Clark, Escaping Rock Bottom Podcast From Homeless Drug User to Saving Lives As COO Of A Valley Recovery Center Speaker 1: This podcast is

you're not a burden

You’re Not a Burden

You’re Not A Burden By Cornerstone Healing Center As you get help for your addiction, you may lean on your friends and family more than