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Recognizing Signs of Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition characterized by extreme mood swings. It’s devastating to see someone you love suffering from any mental health condition, and early intervention can sometimes be essential. The following article will outline some of the signs of bipolar disorder and what to do about them. Signs of Bipolar Disorder The…

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Breathing Exercises for Stress

Dealing with everyday stress is a problem we all face, but some manage it better than others. Nevertheless, there are some excellent exercises for stress that will help you cope. Oceanfront Recovery can guide individuals through some general stress management techniques and some breathing exercises to help you deal with stress. Stress Management Managing stress…

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3 Stress Management Techniques to Try Today

If you find yourself stressed out often, it might be time to try some stress management techniques. Using these techniques can come in handy and help avoid further stress that can lead to health problems, addiction relapses, or even relationship issues. Some Helpful Info About Stress To combat stress, it helps to understand it a…

Is it Healthy to Vent Your Anger?

Many people believe that expressing our anger is a healthy way to let it out. Yelling, slamming doors, cursing, or venting to a friend were once thought to be natural and healthy ways to deal with our anger. Likewise, it was thought to be unhealthy to keep our anger inside of us. However, recent research…

The Toxicity of Resentment

There is something toxic about resentment. When we hang onto our anger, it festers inside of us and comes out in all sorts of negative ways. Many men and women in recovery have had the experience of feeling resentment grow until it reaches a boiling point, causing them to turn to alcohol and drugs as…

Learning to Respond Rather Than React

As men and women suffering from the disease of addiction, we are well-aware that our gut instinct is not always the right decision. In early sobriety, our emotions are often heightened, and purely emotion-based reactions can often lead to hurting ourselves or others and feeling regret for the way we handled the situation. Instead, we…

How Does Anger in the C-Suite Impact Business and How Can I Find Peace?

If anyone has ever said that someone in the C-Suite had a ‘meltdown,’ they may be referring to the behavior of some executives to release tidal waves of anger. Lashing out or venting anger in the boardroom and towards employees is almost a surefire way to intimidate, rather than motivate, people to excel. Learning to…

What are Some Tips to Embrace My Inner Child and Have Fun Again?

Self-parenting is a way to celebrate your inner child, away from addiction, trauma, and the pain of what you experienced. Knowing how your inner child feels and speaking into that is vital for maintaining sobriety. Learning how to cope with emotions and feelings as an adult will help tap into your inner child and find…

Anger Isn’t A Right, It’s A Choice

We say things all the time that we think means we anger is a right. Don’t you think I am justified in being angry? I think I deserve to be a little upset. It is my right to be angry about this. I am entitled to be as angry as I want. In one sense,…