With everything happening in the world right now highlighting uncertainty and bringing forth change, we can all benefit from creating structure and daily routine into our lives. This is meant to be beneficial and reasonable! Why add structure to our days? Reduce stress Break old habits Build new healthy habits Save time End procrastination Increase
5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Bye-Bye Anxiety! Try this technique yourself or with someone else in a moment of anxiety or worry. Begin by taking a deep breath and as you exhale, notice: 5 things you can see 4 things you can touch 3 things you can hear 2 things you can smell 1 thing
Food, Clothing & Other Basic Needs: Austin Independent School District is providing breakfast and lunch for students under the age of 19, Mondays through Fridays while schools are closed. Bus drivers will deliver meals to 54 community locations between 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Curbside meals will also be available for pickup from 11 a.m.
Family get togethers, shopping, social activities and mile long checklists. The holiday season can be overwhelming to anyone. Amidst all of the celebrations, family gatherings and work parties, the bottles of wine are frequently flowing. There is alcohol almost everywhere during the holiday season. Many turn to alcohol when wanting to celebrate but also in
My name is Mark and I am a recovering alcoholic from Florida. I spent a great portion of my life as a slave to my disease resulting in severe isolation from friends and family as well as low self-esteem and self-worth. My life basically resembled one that was frozen in time. My life was filled
Harmless Fun? Or Reckless habits? Help yourself & your loved ones by learning the facts behind Binge Drinking.
The term “binge drinking” is normally associated with teens and college parties. However, this is not only present in younger individual’s lifestyles, but with adults as well. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism explains binge drinking as “a pattern of drinking that brings a person’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) to 0.08 grams percent or above”. This
Lisa ModurCommunities for Recoverywww.cforr.orgRecovery opened my eyes to life.Not to the rush and the hustle and bustle and trying to be somebody but just regular, ordinary life.Butterflies on the breeze.My friends laughter when we recall memories of our youth.The feel of my children's hands in mine.The smell of dirt in the spring.The pounding sound of
My name is Hadley Hill and I am an LPC, as well as certified Mental Health Specialist in equine-facilitated psychotherapy (EFP) at Healing with Horses Ranch. We have been partnered with Sage Recovery Villa since their opening last summer, and our therapy team has very much enjoyed the opportunity to facilitate weekly EFP group sessions