Creating a healthy lifestyle is essential in recovery. Our body is transitioning through physical, mental, emotional and psychological changes. I believe there are several different ways to create a healthy lifestyle and maintain it.
If one partner is abusing or addicted to alcohol or other drugs, it may be true that your spouse isn’t the one in rehab, but chances are that the addiction has impacted your relationship and made it unhealthy in one or more ways. It has long been known that healthy relationships and substance abuse do not mix.
For those of us in recovery, it is important for us to engage in healthy habits to live our best life in sobriety. With the demands and stressors in our lives, it can be difficult to find the time to take care of ourselves. This new way of thinking is not limited to those in early recovery but rather it is beneficial to all those struggling with indulging in unhealthy habits.
It’s taken many nicknames, including fake weed, spice, synthetic marijuana, zombie, and K2, but no matter what it’s called, this chemically produced drug has serious side effects that could land you in the hospital with permanent physiological damage.
Giving up is Never an Option When you believe in yourself anything is possible! My name is Crystal and I am an addict. I have always been and will always be an addict. The difference is that today I am a recovering addict. The reason that I say I am a recovering addict, and not