Incorporating a meditation/mindfulness practice into your daily routine will definitely help you in staying clean and also in dealing with these challenging times.
Isolation is often a habit people with addiction issues turn to as a way to avoid dealing with life. It’s one thing to spend time on our own in a peaceful way, but often for those in active addiction or even in recovery, it’s a default behaviour that can be harmful.
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The coronavirus pandemic has impacted everyone in some way. Many people have lost their jobs and are experiencing financial hardship. Others feel isolated and lonely because they can’t interact with friends and family. Uncertainty about the future has everyone concerned.
If you are someone who has substance abuse or mental health problems, the COVID-19 pandemic can exacerbate those issues. Public health crises have the potential to cause a lot of stress and anxiety. Here are some ways to minimize your stress and prevent relapse or depression.