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Continuum Recovery Center LLC
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Creating an experience which changes the perception of those affected by addiction to live free and happy lives.
Creating an experience which changes the perception of those affected by addiction to live free and happy lives.

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Put on a sweater, postpone the party, watch a movie. It's okay to feel bad.
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We know that #recovery is a lifelong journey. That's why we're here to SUPPORT you along the way:
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The first step of coping with resurfacing wounds is identifying what's bringing them up.
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The first step is to move into 100% acceptance of the parents you had. Let go of any attachment to wanting them to be different in anyway. Let go of any expectation that someday you may get the love from them you desire.
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We are all blessed with so many wonderful gifts, but we can't unwrap and share them with others if we fail to acknowledge what they are.
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We want to change the perception of those living with #addiction. Start your #recovery: https://www.continuumrecoverycenter.com/recovery-services/
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Emotions that get stuffed fester. Then they turn into things that are harder to move through than an emotion like disease or destructive behaviors.
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Once we accept that we are doing work, we can silence our internal critic that believes that feeling pain means we're "doing something wrong." Instead, we begin to understand that feeling our pain is important and productive.
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When you're going through a tough time, you may not have the time or energy keep up your usual self-care routine. So, why not let the big things go and start looking for little things you can do instead?
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Research shows that anxiety can actually be a pathway to our best selves. A range of new neuroscience, along with ideas from ancient philosophy, Charles Darwin, early social scientists and positive psychology, have all pointed in this direction.
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