Developing Open-Mindedness in Treatment

Developing Open-Mindedness in Treatment

Many members of AA and NA define the three primary principles of recovery as honesty, open-mindedness and willingness. In previous articles, we’ve discussed the importance of honesty and the origins of willingness. We have not, however, discussed the importance of...
Finding New Freedom at Amethyst Recovery

Finding New Freedom at Amethyst Recovery

Addicts and alcoholics share many things in common, but among the most troubling is our penchant for twisted logic. Any outside observer can tell that substance abuse has become our ball and chain. Nonetheless, many of us tend to glorify drugs and alcohol in our...
A Message to Abuse Survivors

A Message to Abuse Survivors

TRIGGER WARNING: As you may have guessed from the title, this article and some of its imagery may be difficult for some people to digest. Use your discretion in determining if this applies to you. If you are currently suffering abuse, call the National Domestic...
Learning to Stand Up for Ourselves

Learning to Stand Up for Ourselves

We should all embrace the need to stand up for ourselves when necessary. There are many different types of addicts and alcoholics. Many outsiders picture the substance abuser as someone who has trouble controlling their anger. They picture us as people who, with...
Our Promise of Personalized Care

Our Promise of Personalized Care

At Amethyst Recovery, we endeavor to meet with our patients and determine the best form of personalized care for every specific person’s needs. (Syda Productions/Shutterstock) If you look at the description of our programs, you will see that Amethyst Recovery promises...

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