As we move from the purple tier to the red tier here in Southern California, returning to normal may not be so easy for so many people. Restaurants and gyms are re-opening, and with COVID, around, it is normal to still be scared. We have been on the red tier before....and soon there after the COVID cases spiked up. In times like this, it is good to remember that the only place I have seen the word normal ... is on the setting of my washing machine and dryer!
Finding things to do in the summer is not as easy as most people think.
The Thanksgiving holiday is usually a difficult time for someone who has just completed rehabilitation for drug and/or alcohol addiction. For many families, holiday celebrations and festivities center around alcohol.
Did you know that November is National Gratitude Month? As Thanksgiving approaches, most of us realize that thankfulness should color the way we look at the world. But gratitude shouldn’t be relegated to November.
At MFI, we rely on scientifically proven methods to help support clients at all 10 of our Riverside-area treatment facilities. And one, which is admittedly a mouthful, is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). But what is it and why does it work?
October is well-known for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Everywhere you go, pink ribbons abound. But a lesser-known yet equally important observance, also held each October, is National Antidepressant Death Awareness Month.
Halloween is a call to party for many American adults. But how do you put the fun back into the special occasion if you’re on the road to recovery?