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*Research shows that after one year, a mindfulness-based program proved better than standard cognitive-behavioral relapse prevention, and a conventional 12 step program in reducing drinking and drug use.   JAMA Psychiatry May 2014

 


 

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The Language of a Man’s Worth: How to keep men engaged in treatment.

 

 Showing Up to What Is Good for Us: Is doing what is good for you a worthwhile exchange of your time?
 
The Race for What Matters: It’s a race to recovery, so we don’t do any more damage to our lives. 

 

Un-Addicting Ourselves From the Pursuit of Happiness.

 


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Got Bored? A Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention Plan

 

5 Mindful Treatments for Rumination

 

5 Mindful Attitudes to Help Overcome Fear and Anxiety

 

 5 Steps to Increase Motivation

 


                                                                         
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 Opioid Road to Success: Tapering Off Methadone
 
Preventing Opiate Dependency with Mindful Body Awareness

 

5 Mindful Ways to Overcome the F*ck-its

 

The Sliver Plan: a Suboxone Taper

 

Opiate Epidemic: Are We Creating Puppets In Pain?