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Young Adults and Addiction: The Benefits of Inpatient Care

For many young people, drug use and experimentation is a rite of passage of sorts. However, experimenting with drugs and alcohol is far from harmless, and can often result in lifelong...

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Helen Fitzgerald

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A Difficult, Insightful Journey

A Difficult, Insightful Journey

No words can alleviate your pain, but we’re here to help you through the first 30 days of your grief.

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Denial is Therapeutic

Denial is Therapeutic

Denial is a natural part of the grieving process and can be viewed as your mind's way of protecting you.

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Journal Your Journey

Journal Your Journey

One of the best ways to deal with grief is by writing down your emotions and memories, both positive and negative.

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Change Your Focus

Change Your Focus

Experts explain that the first 30 days of grief is a blur, often described as a fog or dreamlike state. The best way to deal with this is acceptance

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Dealing with the Fear of the Familiar

Dealing with the Fear of the Familiar

If you're not ready to visit places you shared with your loved one, resolve to experience these special places in your own time.

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