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Category Archives: Relapse Prevention


The Denver Art Museum features modern architecture and amazing works of art.

Fun Things to Do in Denver, Colorado and the Surrounding Area

  Breathtaking hikes. Top-notch museums. Exciting restaurants. The Denver area is an ideal place to rediscover the many joys of life while recovering from substance abuse. Here are a few ideas to get you started. Things to See in Denver, Colorado The Denver Art Museum features one of the best collections of art in the … Continue reading Fun Things to Do in Denver, Colorado and the Surrounding Area


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Painkiller Addiction Statistics: How to Keep Going When You Feel Like Giving Up

You didn’t expect rehab to be easy. In fact, you came ready for a fight. It was that mental toughness and determination that got you through the first 30 days. That’s when it hit you. Everything felt flat. Dull. Pointless. You weren’t taking anything anymore, obviously, but you also hadn’t experienced that fantastic feeling of … Continue reading Painkiller Addiction Statistics: How to Keep Going When You Feel Like Giving Up


A tornado represents the struggle to stick with an addiction rehab program.

How to Stick with Your Alcohol Addiction Rehab

  You gave up alcohol—or watched your loved one do it—and life was great. Everybody was on top of the world and filled with optimism for the future. Even rehab was exciting at first. New setting. New friends. You were doing yoga and coming back to a chef-prepared dinner. Then reality (or what seemed like … Continue reading How to Stick with Your Alcohol Addiction Rehab




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Cocaine Addiction Relapse Tip: The Benefits of Volunteering

  You’re home from rehab and living your new life. You have a fair amount of free time right now. So you sit around thinking, which turns into worrying. Before you know it, your mind is running, anxiety is building and you can’t seem to make it stop. This is called—very unscientifically—getting stuck in your … Continue reading Cocaine Addiction Relapse Tip: The Benefits of Volunteering

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