⅓ Of Internet Users Feel Addicted To The Internet

    According to a recent study by GfK, over one third of people who use the internet have a hard time getting off the internet and agree with the feeling that they are addicted to the internet. While internet use disorder is not yet officially listed in the DSM, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual

Use Your Anxious Energy For Being Productive Instead Of Destructive

Anxiety can be an overwhelming experience which feels like it can cause destruction when it takes over. Through treatment and recovery you can learn how to effectively manage your anxiety and turn that energy into something productive rather than something destructive. Recognize that your anxiety is creating energy that needs to be used: Anxiety operates

3 Of The Simplest Ways To Support A Loved One In Recovery

  It is a challenge loving and supporting someone who is in recovery. Coping with emotions and thoughts that someone else struggles to cope with on their own is difficult. Participating in your own recovery is essential for supporting someone else’s recovery. You need to be able to recognize when you are out of check

6 Ways To Stop Your Next Self-Harm Thoughts

  Some people recommend opting for an alternative to pain by creating a more subtle pain that isn’t harmful. Acting in recovery from self-harm means moving toward behaviors that don’t involve hurting yourself, in order to rewire the brain and create new habits. Use a shock-behavior to snap out of the feelings: Small behaviors like

Depression Doesn’t Always Live On The Surface

  From the minute someone with depression wakes up to the minute they go to sleep, they are confronted with the symptoms of their depression, without any advanced warning of how intense the symptoms will be. Mornings can be particularly difficult when someone with depression has to challenge themselves to get out of bed and

Use Mindfulness To Your Benefit As A Leader

  Mindfulness in leadership is a priceless tool. In recovery, we have an opportunity to become a leader, blazing the trail toward healthy and balanced living, clean and sober from our addictions. With mindfulness you notice, not sweat, the small stuff Mindfulness is learning to stop and smell the roses without worrying about the thorns.

Could A Daily Gaming Limit Help Gaming Addicts?

  Users of internet games produced by Chinese gaming monolith Tencent will face new restrictions this month. There has been widespread criticism of how addicting the fantasy-based games Tencent produces are for young children, causing them to play in school, after hours, and spend too much time immersed in the game. Though Tencent has put