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Olivia Pennelle


Writer and wellness advocate, Olivia Pennelle (Liv), is in long-term recovery. She passionately believes in a fluid and holistic approach to recovery. Her popular site—Liv’s Recovery Kitchen—is a resource for those on their journey toward health and wellness in recovery. You will find Liv featured amongst top recovery bloggers and fellow writers. She is published on websites such as: Recovery.Org, The Fix, Sanford House, Winward Way & Casa Capri, Intervene, Workit Health, Sapling, Transformation is Real and Addiction Unscripted.

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During the holidays, self-care is one way to manage stress and prevent a relapse. A list of things you can do to focus on yourself this holiday season.
Emotional support animals can make it easier for people to deal with trauma, stress, anxiety and addiction. Olivia shares her personal story of recovery and how she was helped by her furry pal, Dawson.
One of the first things we learn in sobriety is that the substances were never the issue — it was us. The problem is rooted in both thought processes and the brain —not the action itself.
Be it an eating disorder, co-dependency issue, alcohol use or substance use disorder, I call it addiction — the substance doesn’t make a difference.
One of the greatest problems with mental illness is that people suffer in silence, sometimes because of shame, and sometimes because of a lack of awareness about their condition.
Having a dual-diagnosis such as depression and substance abuse can feel challenging, but with care, it’s entirely manageable.
Physical and mental health can be intertwined. Discover coping strategies that can be used to cope when you are struggling with phycial or mental illness.
By understanding the root of anxiety and learning strategies to cope, you can overcome anxious feelings and function well in everyday life. Learn more here.
My anxiety can get so bad that I sometimes feel like I have a brick on my chest. It’s a beast I’ve suffered with my entire life.
For people battling physical, mental and substance abuse issues, meditation is a helpful way to safely reduce stress, increase relaxation and improve mood.