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Recovery from drugs and alcohol is a process. Find a new meaning for life. A purpose.

YES, SUGAR IS ADDICTIVE


Posted By on Nov 15, 2017

BUT IT TASTES SO GOOD! For many of us in recovery, our addictive brains are still trying to find something to get hooked on.  And for many of us, that something comes in the form of ice cream, candy, donuts and any number of other foods we may not even realize contain the plump inducing powder.  Scientists are finding that sugar stimulates the same pleasure centers of the brain as—wait for it—cocaine or heroin! Just like...

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AFTER RELAPSE


Posted By on Nov 2, 2017

                                                                     HERE ARE SOME TIPS Stay focused on your recovery. Don’t try to concentrate on another major goal while you’re coming back from a relapse. You need time to get yourself together, time to get stronger. Make sure you recognize your incremental achievements. Reward for achieving a goal of one week of sobriety, or one month without gambling, for example, is a great way of...

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Common Bond Aftercare


Posted By on Oct 4, 2017

Common Bond Rehab Center is now offering an Aftercare Program for those who have completed our Intensive Outpatient treatment program, but want to further their recovery. It’s a lifetime thing!  From your friends at www.commonbondrehabcenter.com   Santa Clarita, CA.

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FRUSTRATION AND RECOVERY


Posted By on Sep 13, 2017

FRUSTRATION AND RECOVERY   A feeling of dissatisfaction, often accompanied by anxiety or depression, resulting in unfulfilled                                                         needs or unresolved  problems.                    Addiction can be frustrating for all involved.  When  the addiction  finally gives way to sobriety and recovery, we sometimes think all will be rainbows and unicorns.  We know how hard it is to...

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FIVE REASONS TO STAY IN SHAPE DURING RECOVERY    It is fulfilling. For those in recovery, it is often a struggle to find something rewarding that can fill the hole left by giving up drugs and alcohol. Walking away from an addiction means freeing up a lot of time in your life, and for many this can be one of the most difficult parts of early sobriety. By introducing some sort of physical activity into your life, you are replacing an...

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