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To all present and past U.S. servicemen and women: We thank you for your services.
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Did you know adults with ADHD experience alcohol or drug dependence at a rate 3 times that of the general population? Read on to understand how dual-diagnosis can help treat those with co-occurring disorders.
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#SoberFun- Take a road trip! - Grab some friends, pick a destination, then hit the open road. Taking a break from every day life while experiencing new places with some of your favorite people makes for unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime.
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You might think that you are living in the present moment but have you ever noticed how often you are in one place physically but somewhere totally different in your mind? When we aren't fully in the Now we can't enjoy all the gifts it has to offer. Learn to observe your thoughts and your mind and gently bring it back to the Now when it wanders on elsewhere. You will see how much you can tap into happiness when you really enjoy where you are.
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Colleen Yee offers yoga poses from her new memoir, Yoga for Life, to release anxiety and trauma from body parts that commonly hold it. Follow her guide to discover how you can find relief from trauma that may be weighing you down.   
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A fresh start and a welcomed opportunity to become a happier version of yourself.
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Feeling overwhelmed and on edge? There's nothing more calming than spending quality time with another human being who makes you feel safe and understood.  So make it a point to connect regularly—and in person—with family and friends. Of course, it's not always realistic to have a pal close by to lean on when you feel overwhelmed, but by building and maintaining a network of close friends you can improve your resiliency to life's stressors.  #TipsForStressRelief
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Zen happens when we are relaxed, and we are relaxed when we are happy. Somehow, as we get older, we do fewer silly things and we smile and belly-laugh less often. Laughing is good medicine; happiness is the place where Zen lives.  Need some ideas to get started? Have a spontaneous dance party, skip instead of walk. Do some of this each day. It's good for you, and it will help you find a sense of Zen, we promise.
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At Maryland Recovery, we understand that you may have obligations outside of treatment to tend to. In our outpatient program, you'll benefit from intensive holistic and clinical therapies to learn coping mechanisms, relapse prevention strategies and how to fight triggers, all while maintaining an accommodating schedule that fits your needs. Call us at (877) 679-1046 to learn more about our Intensive Outpatient Program.
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We all know regular exercise is important but how does it specifically help those in recovery? Interestingly enough, studies show that exercise can help return dopamine levels to pre-abuse heights. Furthermore, exercise helps to de-stress, builds self-confidence, provides quality sleep, and can be used as an outlet for anger.   
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