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Addiction and Dysfunctional Relationships (Video)

Does the term “toxic relationships” ring uncomfortably true for you? Have you ever found yourself browsing through a library or bookstore and gravitating toward the titles about healing addiction and relationships?

If so, you’re not alone. Many people struggle to understand - much less improve - the dynamics of their most difficult relationships.

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Is a Non 12 Step Rehab Right for You? (Video)


If you’ve been struggling with an addiction for any length of time, chances are good that you’ve been told to get yourself to a 12 Steps meeting, pronto. The 12 Steps are the prevailing addiction recovery paradigm in America today, and for many people, they provide much-needed help and support.

But what if you’ve already tried a 12 Step-centered program, and it didn’t work for you?

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How to Heal From Emotional Abuse (Video)

Have you ever felt terrified to tell the truth because you knew that your partner, friend, or parent would react very badly?

Have you felt smothered by your loved one’s controlling behaviors: jealous comments, constant monitoring, or manipulative stories?

Ever found yourself questioning your sanity around one particular person, alternating between waves of shame and feeling numb?

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What Are Limiting Beliefs? Are They Holding You Back? (Video)

It might sound like a tough question, but just imagine the possibilities. What if you could let go of the thoughts, ideas, and limiting beliefs that have been holding you back from your full potential?

What if you could become the person you'd like to be? What if you could get over your addiction and achieve sobriety? What's holding you back?

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How Much Does Rehab Cost? What it Takes for Effective Addiction Treatment

When people first start researching inpatient addiction treatment programs, they soon discover that costs fall somewhere between free and astronomical.

In this post we’ll unpack the reality of rehab costs, and how to get what you pay for. You’ll learn about the level of expenditure you should expect for a high-quality inpatient addiction rehab program. And we'll give you an honest look at our own rehab costs so you know where the money goes.

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Non 12 Step Rehab: A Side-By-Side Comparison of the Best Programs

There are more than 14,500 residential drug and alcohol rehabs in the United States today, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). Even if you've narrowed your criteria to Non-12 Step rehabs, you still face over 3,600 options.

No wonder so many people feel overwhelmed at the prospect of finding a treatment program that fits their needs!

That's why we've created this list, comparing the best non-12 Step rehabs in the US on over 25 attributes. 

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Does Insurance Cover Rehab Costs?

OK, you've made the commitment mentally. You've decided to go to alcohol or drug rehab and solve your problem hopefully for good.

But have you thought how to pay for rehab? Does insurance cover rehab? If so, how much?

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Finding the Best Rehab in Seattle

Finding the best rehab in Seattle isn't a major challenge if you know what to look for. What it comes down to is key features and elements that make a rehab center great. Once you know these, you can start weeding out rehab centers that don't meet your standards.

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The Biology of Belief: Here's How to Change Your Reality

"So many of us are leading limited lives not because we have to but because we think we have to."

Many people believe they are who they are, and that they have limited means to change their health or life direction. "It is what it is," they say, "because of my genetic makeup".

Well, maybe not.

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Self-Help & Professional Help Options For Bipolar Disorder, Depression and Addiction

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Marie Miguel of BetterHelp.

Bipolar disorder is one of the most debilitating mood disorders and is considered a form of depression. This is one of the most common mental health disorders in the world affecting more than 20 million adults in the United States every year. If you have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder or depression, you know what it means to go through the ups and downs of this disorder.

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