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I do not sleep in recovery position when I’ve drunk too much gin by Laurachora Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Thu 13 Dec 2012 3:00am Sometimes we get something to review that takes an extra bit of effort in the testing department. Like Cath Kidston bedding , for instance, or mugs. Now, you’d think that bedding and mugs wouldn’t need much testing … but you’d be wrong *raises eyebrows in a knowing manner*. First you have to peruse the bed linen on line, wait for it to ... Read on »
Green Recovery: Heather’s Positive Affirmations by Gena Patient Expert Posted Sat 07 Jan 2012 4:56pm Hello guys! Happy Saturday. Hope you’re welcoming the first full weekend of the new year with something fun. I’m here today with a new, deeply moving Green Recovery entry from Heather , who writes the fun and sassy blog For the Love of Kale . Heather has been a huge CR supporter for a long time now, through her tweets, her com ... Read on »
Staying Positive in Addiction Recovery by Erin .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 22 Dec 2009 10:02pm I was finding it tough, even as recently as last week, to keep a positive outlook on my life. I had gone through the pink cloud stage of recovery and had ended up in the gray. It just started to feel as if the rest of my life was going to be this big struggle against drugs and alcohol and it all felt a little overwhelming. It dawned o ... Read on »
Staying Positive in Addiction Recovery by Erin .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 06 Apr 2010 1:15am Posted on April 6, 2010 I was finding it tough, even as recently as last week, to keep a positive outlook on my life. I had gone through the pink cloud stage of recovery and had ended up in the gray. It just started to feel as if the rest of my life was going to be this big struggle against drugs and alcohol and it all felt a little ... Read on »
Trauma, OCD and Positivity: How They All Function Together in Recovery by Michele Rosenthal Posted Tue 02 Apr 2013 6:14pm Big news! We’re expanding the radio show and giving it a new name. YOUR LIFE AFTER TRAUMA radio is now titled, CHANGE YOU CHOOSE. Don’t worry, we’re still covering everything you need to know about how to move forward in your life after trauma. In addition, we’ll be broadening the content to address more topics about rebuildi ... Read on »
Positive Changes, What's Working Well for Me, and the Importance of Socialization in Recovery/Improvement by Jennifer aka Beautiful MInd Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Thu 18 Sep 2014 12:00am "Dear Change, I've previously been afraid of you. You weren't welcome in my home, and I spoke badly about you behind your back. I resisted you, avoided you, and made fun of you. I want to change our relationship. I want to learn to cultivate and respect you., dance with you, and take you out to dinner. Let's travel together! Will you ... Read on »
>RECOVERY NEWS<< Yale Physicians Receive $4.1 Million Grant to Study New Acoholic Treatment for HIV-Positive Inmates by HazelMike Posted Wed 28 Oct 2009 12:00am In a press release, Yale University Office of Public Affairs announced they’ve been awarded a grant for researching a new alcoholic treatment option for HIV positive inmates: Two Yale School of Medicine physicians have been awarded a $4.1 million research grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study a new pharmacological t ... Read on »
Coaches and Teachers in the Eating Disorders Recovery Process by Dr. Sari Shepphird Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 5:36pm In my last post, I introduced the subject of eating disorders among athletes. Today, I thought that I would integrate that topic into our discussion of a team approach to eating disorders treatment. Although athletic communities and coaching personnel are becoming increasingly sophisticated in their approach to athletic training, many co ... Read on »
The best sleeping position for COPD… by Ron Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Mar 2010 12:00am From my search-engine slush pile “sleeping positions for COPD.” Many years ago I was taught by a physiotherapist that the best sleeping position for any respiratory illness – I hadn’t graduated to COPD in those days – was the recovery position. Googling it is easier than having me describe it. You’ll probably have to do as I did ... Read on »
What Actions are you Taking For Eating Disorder Recovery Today? by helpfored Posted Mon 14 Jan 2013 3:48pm The actions that you today towards your recovery is the only thing that really matters. You may be full of fearful thoughts, cravings, a depressed mood, but the most important and conducive thing that you can do is to keep taking positive actions – no matter how big or small they may be. If your energy is low, then perhaps you ... Read on »