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On this page you will find a listing of all Willingway blog articles in the recovery category.

woman drinking glass of red wine at home - your drinking
There are a few times in your life when a particular moment is crystal clear, and the answers you’re searching for are right in front of you. If the title of this article caught your eye, you might be having one of those moments. Alcohol Use Disorder The medical community has guidelines to determine whether...
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John Williamson - Willingway Business Director - a look inside Willingway - tour
Whether you’ve never visited Willingway or you’ve have had the pleasure of walking around the pond yourself, we thought we’d give an intimate snapshot of our staff and campus. For almost 50 years, Willingway has been a jumping off place for thousands of individuals to start their recovery. Please join long time Willingway staff member...
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John Williamson - Willingway Business Director
We know that it’s vitally important for you to know who is treating your loved one while they are receiving care with us. Due to COVID precautions, we are not allowing visitors, but we want to ensure that you and your loved one can still get to know us. We have a seasoned team of...
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pretty African American student using video conferencing - online
State of Emergency Georgia’s governor Brian Kemp recently declared a state of emergency and implemented many quarantine actions in the interest of public safety. At Willingway, we temporarily suspended family visitation and implemented other measures to ensure everyone’s wellbeing. As a country, we’ve been asked to practice social distancing: avoiding large gatherings, church, playdates, gyms,...
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closeup - person packing a suitcase - short-term
Making the decision to get treatment for substance use disorder is a courageous one, so if you or a loved one is starting this journey, we congratulate you. Taking the next step to determine what type of treatment center is right for you involves numerous considerations—including whether to try an inpatient rehabilitation facility or an...
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young couple sitting on floor of home looking at photo album together - Valentine's
A Little History The storied history of Valentine’s Day isn’t actually all that romantic. It involves persecution, execution, and—well, let’s just leave it at that! It evolved slightly in pagan times from the late-winter fertility festival of Lupercalia, during which women and men joined together to form unions, and agricultural rituals fostered the hope of...
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beautiful young woman wrapped in plaid blanket walking outside in the winter - seasonal affective disorder
The Winter Months In the winter–when temperatures drop, daylight lessens, and holiday stress overwhelms–it is pretty common for people to feel sad. But there’s sad and then there’s SAD—or seasonal affective disorder. For those struggling with this mood disorder, wintertime can feel especially difficult. For some people, the overwhelming negative feelings associated with SAD can...
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two women stretching for outdoor jog - wellness
Restoring Health and Vitality After completing an inpatient rehabilitation program, you might feel either excited or overwhelmed by the lifestyle changes required to maintain your health and wellbeing. As you learned in treatment, substance abuse creates chaos, but a nutritious diet, exercise, holistic remedies for stress and pain relief, and other progressive methods help restore...
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friends gathered in kitchen cooking together - new year's eve
You Have Options Joining friends and family for a night of celebration is totally an option when you’re choosing to live sober. Although New Year’s Eve is traditionally associated with debauchery, it doesn’t have to be, and you can still enjoy celebrating with family even when you’re remaining sober. Take a peek at New Year’s...
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lighting handheld candles at vigil - your faith
Faith and the Holiday Season Regardless of how religious you are or what denomination of faith you follow, there’s something about the holiday season that often encourages a deeper relationship with spirituality. If you’re in recovery from substance abuse, you might be drawn to the ease and goodwill associated with a foundation of faith as...
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