What Drug and Alcohol Treatment Should Look Like: An Interview With Dr. Robert Schwebel

Recently, a new version of Dr. Robert Schwebel’s The Seven Challenges program was introduced for adults and is being piloted in a research project.

A Look at the Research Supporting Mindfulness in Addiction Treatment

Mindfulness can be an important and beneficial part of your recovery toolbox, as the evidence has shown over and over again.

Once an Exercise Addict, Always an Exercise Addict?

I know that, for myself, identifying as “an exercise addict” limited my self-image as well as my self-efficacy.

How Exercise Addiction Impacts Relationships

If you or someone you know is suffering from exercise addiction, it can be baffling to understand how best to broach the issue with them, let alone encourage them to get help.

An Inside Look at Youth in Recovery With Brooke Feldman

For young people, we shouldn’t make them identify as addicts or alcoholics. They can grow out of this moment.

How Should Gyms Handle Exercise Addicts?

Given the toll exercise addiction can take on the body and mind, a greater awareness about it is well overdue – especially in venues like gyms.

Suicide: The Epidemic Nobody’s Talking About

With all this attention being given to opioids, we are overlooking another silent killer that’s responsible for even more deaths: suicide.

Can Connecting With Your Future Self Help You Beat an Addiction?

One of the ways to connect to your future self and be able to delay immediate gratification is to identify a “self-defining future memory.”

How Relationships Regulate Our Nervous System

The health of our relationships makes all the difference in how healthy we are, overall.

How Squashing an Addiction Helps You Master Other Life Challenges

Did you know that snuffing out an addiction can also empower people to improve other areas of their lives?