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Investing in Yourself

Many men have a curious blind spot when it comes to investing. We’ll spend months trying to figure out the perfect car or house to

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The Power of Small Improvements

When you think about turning your life around, you probably think of the big things–getting sober, getting a better job, finding a better relationship, moving

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Why You Should Avoid Comparisons

A lot depends on success in addiction recovery so it’s understandable that you would want to know how you’re doing as you go through treatment

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Setting SMART Goals in Recovery

Setting goals is a valuable tool for recovery. One important value of goals is that having a clear goal keeps you focused and motivated. When

Tips for Starting a New Hobby

Tips for Starting a New Hobby

Hobbies are great for recovering from addiction for a number of reasons. They give you something to do in those moments when you might otherwise

How to Keep an Open Mind

How to Keep an Open Mind

We all like to believe we’re open-minded, that we’re open to new ideas and ways of doing things, that we’re not stubbornly attached to old

2 Powerful Ways to Practice Gratitude

2 Ways to Practice Gratitude in Recovery

Research on gratitude in recent years has found many different ways gratitude improves your life. Gratitude can make you happier, improve your relationships, reduce depression

Why a Healthy Gut Matters

Why a Healthy Gut Matters

There are now quite a few studies that show eating healthy can reduce your risk of depression and anxiety, two of the most commonly co-occurring

3 Mental Traps to Avoid

3 Mental Traps to Avoid

There are plenty of mistakes to avoid when recovering from addiction. Some of them include not treating co-occurring mental health issues, continuing to spend time

3 Important Ideas from CBT

3 Important Ideas from CBT

Cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, is the most common form of psychotherapy currently in use. It has decades of research supporting its effectiveness and it

Lesser Known Signs of Depression

Lesser Known Signs of Depression

More than 17 million American adults suffered an episode of major depression in the past year, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. That’s

Change is Uncomfortable

Change is Uncomfortable

Whenever you try to make a change in your life, whether it’s switching jobs, getting in shape, or recovering from addiction, you’re faced with two

person playing in the snow

Investing in Yourself

Many men have a curious blind spot when it comes to investing. We’ll spend months trying to figure out the perfect car or house to

father and daughter

The Power of Small Improvements

When you think about turning your life around, you probably think of the big things–getting sober, getting a better job, finding a better relationship, moving

men talking

Why You Should Avoid Comparisons

A lot depends on success in addiction recovery so it’s understandable that you would want to know how you’re doing as you go through treatment

man and women exercising

Setting SMART Goals in Recovery

Setting goals is a valuable tool for recovery. One important value of goals is that having a clear goal keeps you focused and motivated. When

Tips for Starting a New Hobby

Tips for Starting a New Hobby

Hobbies are great for recovering from addiction for a number of reasons. They give you something to do in those moments when you might otherwise

How to Keep an Open Mind

How to Keep an Open Mind

We all like to believe we’re open-minded, that we’re open to new ideas and ways of doing things, that we’re not stubbornly attached to old

2 Powerful Ways to Practice Gratitude

2 Ways to Practice Gratitude in Recovery

Research on gratitude in recent years has found many different ways gratitude improves your life. Gratitude can make you happier, improve your relationships, reduce depression

Why a Healthy Gut Matters

Why a Healthy Gut Matters

There are now quite a few studies that show eating healthy can reduce your risk of depression and anxiety, two of the most commonly co-occurring

3 Mental Traps to Avoid

3 Mental Traps to Avoid

There are plenty of mistakes to avoid when recovering from addiction. Some of them include not treating co-occurring mental health issues, continuing to spend time

3 Important Ideas from CBT

3 Important Ideas from CBT

Cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, is the most common form of psychotherapy currently in use. It has decades of research supporting its effectiveness and it

Lesser Known Signs of Depression

Lesser Known Signs of Depression

More than 17 million American adults suffered an episode of major depression in the past year, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. That’s

Change is Uncomfortable

Change is Uncomfortable

Whenever you try to make a change in your life, whether it’s switching jobs, getting in shape, or recovering from addiction, you’re faced with two

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