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How the six steps of behavior change play a role in the road to recovery

For many who struggle with addiction, replacing negative habits with positive ones is the first step towards positive behavior change. By using the Transtheoretical model developed by James Prochaska and Carlo DiClement in the late 1970s, Dr. Matt Woolley, a licensed Clinical psychologist at the University of Utah, is gaining a better understanding of addiction and how relapse can affect change. He spoke about this relationship in the latest episode of the Project Recovery podcast. The first stage of change — Precontemplation While in the early stages of addiction, many are unaware that they have a problem according to Dr. Woolley. “Precontemplation is a stage where you are deep in the behavior that is unhealthy,” he described. “You have really no insight that this ...
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Demi Moore Talks Learning To Love Herself In Marriage And Getting Sober

By Corey Atad. 19 secs ago Demi Moore is getting candid about married life. Appearing on SiriusXM’s “The Jess Cagle Show”, the 57-year-old actress was asked about how she healed after troubled marriages. RELATED: Demi Moore Reacts To The Internet’s Feelings About Her Unique Bathroom “I think it’s a process of, not to sound cliche, but it’s really a process of learning to love yourself, accepting who you are just as you are,” Moore said. “For me, I changed myself over and over to fit what I thought somebody else wanted.” Moore also said, “Working through a relationship is really commendable in our disposable times. To go through the journey of really honouring the love that brought you together in the first place, and to really give it all you’ve got,...
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How one man went from eleven years of sobriety to becoming addicted again

On the outside looking in, Keith Meyer had everything he could have wanted in life. He was a husband to a successful wife and a father of three kids. He owned his own marketing consulting company and it had proven to be very successful. But on the inside, Keith was struggling after experiencing eleven years of sobriety. He was at war with himself due to the fact that his mental health began to deteriorate. Battles with depression and general anxiety, as well as a resurging alcohol addiction, proved too much for him to handle on his own. Keith joined the Project Recovery podcast to recall how his life spiraled out of control after drinking again. From sobriety to addict “I relapsed twice this spring,” he said. “At night, when everyone went to bed, I [was] down in the...