Renewed

Fitness for newcomers — beat the burnout

For many people new to recovery, exercise is a simple and effective way to implement positive changes in their lives. But addicts are notorious for overdoing it and quitting when things get tough. That’s why fitness experts say it's important to incorporate steps to keep new exercisers from burning out.

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Practicing positive psychology for your own serenity

There has been a lot of buzz lately about something called positive psychology. Unlike traditional psychology, which focuses on fixing what’s wrong with you, positive psychology starts with the premise that we are all good, though imperfect, and that there are proven strategies for living more happily.

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Normand Cartier: Street Fighter

Six years ago, a chance encounter brought a homeless addict to the national stage through the documentary Lost in Woonsocket. Today, that man is on a mission to make sure the help that’s out there is getting to the people who need it.

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Reaching out to ‘The Addict’s Mom’

Do you have a question for The Addict’s Mom organization founder, Barbara Theodosiou? This column will be a journey through the lives of many families whose lives have been invaded by the destruction of addiction.

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