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Common Mistakes Made in Addiction Recovery
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Common Mistakes Made in Addiction Recovery

By on Jan 5, 2024 in Blog, Mental Health

Addiction is a damaging disease, not just to your body but to your mental health, confidence, and overall emotional well-being. It changes the way your brain processes information, your view of the world, and even your view of yourself. That is why, beyond anything, you have to consistently work to control thoughts and build a positive way forward every day. Many...

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How to Make Resolutions That Work
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How to Make Resolutions That Work

By on Dec 20, 2023 in Addiction Recovery, Blog

For a lot of people, January is the time to start new traditions and create new goals for the year to come. New Year’s resolutions are a common strategy for setting off on a good foot for the year, but do they work? The U.S. News & World Report reports that it is estimated that 80% of people who make New Year’s resolutions fail at them, for numerous...

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What Is the First Step in the Addiction Treatment Process?
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What Is the First Step in the Addiction Treatment Process?

By on Dec 15, 2023 in Blog

It’s time to stop letting drugs or alcohol control your health and future. The problem is that you’re not sure where to get started. When you’re facing addiction, there is no wrong answer here. Your first and primary goal should be to get the type and level of help you need right now. At Victory Addiction Recovery Center, we are always available to you – 24/7 – when...

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7 Ways to Navigate Holiday Gatherings in Recovery 
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7 Ways to Navigate Holiday Gatherings in Recovery 

By on Dec 7, 2023 in Blog

Holiday dinners can be some of the most memorable experiences this time of the year. Those memories could be good or bad. If you are like many people who associate holiday gatherings with stress and frustration, you may be wondering how you’ll get through the next month or so. In one NAMI study, researchers found that 64% of people reported worsening symptoms in...

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