Why Addiction Recovery Can Be So Hard
There’s nothing easy about overcoming addiction, even after steps to get treatment. The addict’s journey into a new future is difficult.
Holiday Heartbreak: How to Celebrate After the Death of a Loved One
One aspect of the holidays can lead to stress, anxiety and tears: memories of the loved ones who have passed away can make celebrating difficult.
How Greg Sands Found Hope in Addiction Recovery
Patient Greg Sands knows broken relationships and shame. He also knows hard work and rewards of recovery from drug addiction.
Look for the Silver Lining Even During a Pandemic
Seeing the silver lining during a pandemic can be tough, but these mental health tips can help you get through this difficult time.
Helping Remote Workers Stay in Touch – and Stay Motivated
People are discovering that there are key advantages to working at home, while others find their focus is diffused by family, the mail arriving or other distractions.
Living After Loss
Angela Kennecke's daughter, Emily, died of fentanyl poisoning in a drug overdose. She wanted to use her grief as a catalyst to raise awareness, stop the stigma and get people treatment who are suffering from substance use disorder.
Addiction: What Happens After I Reach Out For Help?
Addiction care is health care, and for the average individual, there are many questions that come with it. You want to know: what happens next?
Problem Drinking and the Pandemic
During the pandemic, a tendency to self-medicate with alcohol or drugs can become a more widespread problem. Help is available for those in need.
Are My Worries Giving Me Insomnia?
As adults, we can easily forget that we need a set, relaxing routine in order to get a night of healthy rest.
Convenient, Online Access to Employee Assistance
When worried, who do you talk to? Employers like Avera provide Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) to provide professional, impartial voices to listen.