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Battling Temptation by Staying True to Your Ultimate Priorities

Battling Temptation by Staying True to Your Ultimate Priorities By Cornerstone Healing Center No matter where the winding road of recovery takes you, your personal values and goals form the toolkit that will hold you in good stead. Temptation can appear from many angles and in many guises. No matter what the outside world throws …

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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 a unique role in American culture as an acceptable form of recklessness. It’s not uncommon for many people to start a lifelong relationship with stress by turning to drink or …

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Ten Ways to Celebrate That Don’t Involve Drinking

Ten Ways To Celebrate That Don’t Involve Drinking By Cornerstone Healing Center Champagne, a bottle of wine, a round of shots–alcohol is often synonymous with celebration for many citizens of the modern world. Celebrating is an important part of recovery as well. No matter how much work you have to do on yourself, you’ll always …

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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 emotions seemingly without much effort, only letting raw feelings out in measured doses under particularly trying circumstances. Romantic though these unrealistic expectations may be, they fail to include healthy outlets …

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