Addiction, like many illnesses, affects loved ones in a profound way. Members of the addict’s family are often left to feel alone, scared, frustrated, and unsure of how to help the addict reach recovery. It’s important for family members to understand addiction and be willing to help, as studies now show that family involvement is critical for long-term recovery success. In this blog, we will discuss why this is and what family members can do to help their loved ones.
Struggling with addiction is a difficult thing to bear at the best of times, but when stress begins to pile up, those with this affliction may feel panicked or more stressed than others. Luckily, there are a few things that can be done to help, and one of these is breathwork. In this blog, we will look at the types of breathwork and how you might apply them in times of anxiety or stress.
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