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Addiction Recovery

You have been searching to find something to help you feel better and you landed here. You are not happy and basically, life sucks right now. Every day, you wake up to go to the job that you worked so hard to get, which sounds great, right? Wrong. It’s not great. There is so much work to do and so many deadlines to meet, that it’s hard to enjoy what you’re doing. You don’t feel like you’re making a difference. And all of this wouldn’t matter so much if you only worked 9-5 and then had nights and weekends off to enjoy your life. But you go in early and stay late and have almost no time for yourself. It’s hard to unwind and relax at the end of the day and the only thing you’ve found that helps is drinking or smoking pot.

Except… alcohol and marijuana don’t help like they used to. You have to drink or smoke more now to feel relaxed and that’s not even working. You still feel overwhelmed and stressed out. You’re not sleeping well and it’s hard to wake up in the morning. On top of all of that, your relationship is rocky. Your partner is not happy with how much your drinking and smoking and has threatened to leave if you don’t get your act together.

You don’t know what to do to resolve the problems in your life and your relationship because nothing seems to help. You’ve tried cutting down. Someone suggested AA or another 12-step support group but you can’t imagine that would help. You’re not like the people that go to those meetings and they could never understand what you’re doing through.

You’ve come to the right place. Serenity Solutions offers therapy to help you relax and enjoy life again. We provide a nonjudgmental space to help you identify your individualized path to recovery. If you are sick and tired of feeling sick and tired, call 267-317-8817 or click here to schedule your free 15 minute phone consultation to take the first step toward living a meaningful, enjoyable life.

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    Last week, I had the opportunity to accompany someone to her first Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting. Sarah* had considered attending for a long time, but several things kept her from going. She feared that if she went, she’d have to admit that she had a problem and she wasn’t sure she was ready to do that.

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    Happy Recovery Month! This year marks the 25th anniversary of National Recovery Month. In addition to increasing awareness about mental health and substance abuse issues and available treatment options, Recovery Month focuses on those who are living in long-term recovery

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    Last week, I had the opportunity to speak at an “End the Stigma” event organized by the Mullica Hill Women’s Tri Club, a triathlon club that raises money each year for a cause of their choosing. This year their cause is ending the stigma against mental health and addictions.