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Four Tips for Increasing Self-Love in Recovery by Mack Garland, LCSW

Engaging in the recovery process can be one of the most difficult, and life changing experiences on which we can embark. Often because of the arduous nature of recovery we overlook the importance of self-love and self-esteem present in the process. Below are four tips for increasing self-love in recovery. Guilt and Shame (Forgiveness) Everyone […]

Loving Your Self by Sara Loughlin, LCSW

This month’s theme is “Recovery Tools that Promote Self-Love.” Addictions, unhealthy relationships, dysfunctional families, past trauma, and the like can all damage self-esteem and self-love. One of the main goals for recovery is to repair the relationship with ourselves and get to the place where we truly love ourselves. When we do, our dysfunctional patterns […]

Recovery Tools that Promote Self-Love

Since it is February, the month we associate with the celebration of romantic love, it is also a great time to work on manifesting self-love. I mean, why not? …you should go and love yourself. (Thanks, Bieber.) The first step towards increasing self-love is to understand and stay mindful that you matter despite having flaws […]

Recovery Tools that Promote Self-Love by Kimberly Gibson, LPCC

The theme for our blog this month is Recovery Tools that Promote Self-Love.  One way to promote self love towards yourself is by trying a loving-kindness meditation.  Also, called metta, loving kindness meditation focuses on developing feelings of goodwill, kindness and warmth towards oneself and towards others.  Below is an example and some simple instructions […]

Self-Love In and Out of Recovery by Kris Winslow, LMFT

There is a common theme of people in recovery to learn to care for themselves, but I find this to be a theme with my clients who are not in recovery as well. You can’t love yourself without taking care of yourself. The beauty of self care is that in can start with some really […]

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