A new study – which came just two weeks after two major investors urged Apple to do more to combat iPhone addiction among young people – found that teens glued to
January is self-love month – and there’s no better time to start showing yourself some love. After all, self-love is crucial for lasting sobriety. If you love and respect yourself, you’ll
As the new year approaches, it’s helpful to make a few small, practical promises to yourself that will help your recovery. Here are some ideas to get you started: Try something new.
Do you have a holiday action plan in place? It’s not too late to prepare yourself for triggers and temptations that accompany this festive season. Here are some common holiday
Between finals and the upcoming holiday season, this time of year can feel extra stressful for students in rehab. Balancing recovery activities and school work with holiday shopping and family and
Unfortunately, self-injury and addiction often go hand-in-hand. Self-injury refers to a person harming his/her own body on purpose. It’s also called “self-harm,” self-mutilation or self-abuse and it tends to begin in
The ability to study smarter (not necessarily harder) is a much-researched topic, with science offering a number of strategies to help students supercharge their learning and better store information. Here
Social media definitely has its pros and cons, with studies citing harmful effects like depression and poor body image as well as positive powers like the ability to create feelings
Recovering from addiction isn’t just a matter of giving up drugs and/or alcohol and staying sober – it’s an ongoing effort to achieve health and wellness in every day life.
Do you fall short on the recommended seven to nine hours of shut-eye per night? If you answered, “yes,” you’re far from alone. In fact, some studies indicate that almost