Videos Resources for Addiction, Recovery and Mental Health

To provide a full spectrum of resources for those living with addiction or mental health conditions and their loved ones, The Recovery Village created several video series about addiction, co-occurring disorders and recovery.

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Relapse as a Learning Opportunity

Relapse is common in recovery. If it happens, treat relapse as a learning opportunity: analyze what happened and how you can prevent that scenario going forward.

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How a Thought Becomes a Relapse

Your thoughts and patterns of thinking can stem from triggers and may lead to relapse. Learning to identify these thoughts is an important part of relapse prevention.

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Everyday Tips for Your Recovery

It’s important to identify things that bring you joy as part of your recovery. These are things that make you feel emotionally and physically healthy and vibrant.

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Deciding To Change

Changing your behavior is a process. Find the motivation to change by looking at how your substance use is affecting your life and how this change may benefit you.

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What is Addiction?

There are warning signs that you could be struggling with substance misuse or addiction. Asking yourself these questions can help if you think you could have a problem.

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Triggers and Their Role in Recovery

Cravings and triggers are a normal part of addiction and sobriety. Understanding how cravings work and how to identify triggers in your life can help you in recovery.

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Developing Thought Challenging Skills

So much of what you learn in addiction treatment and recovery is about shifting your mindset. This includes recognizing your thoughts and “putting them on trial.”

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Warnings Signs of a Relapse

Most people experience warning signs leading up to a relapse. Learning how to identify them can help you self-correct if you feel them happening.

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