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Thursday, November 17th, 2022

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At Pine Grove, we believe that education and research are integral to effective treatment. Our blog content includes messages from our staff members, discussion of new studies, and advice for those in every stage of recovery.

Black Friday in Shopping Addiction Recovery

Thursday, November 17th, 2022
shopping addiction

Black Friday in Shopping Addiction Recovery

Many Americans look forward to Thanksgiving all year long. It’s an opportunity to spend the day with loved ones, indulge in holiday delicacies and count your blessings. Thanksgiving also [...]

sensory overload

What Is Sensory Overload?

While every child on the autism spectrum is different, sensory overload is a typical symptom. If left unaddressed, this problem can significantly affect your family’s quality of life. A [...]

how to stop gambling

How to Stop Gambling

In recent years, gambling has become more normalized and accessible than ever before. Aside from Hawaii and Utah, every state in the country offers some type of legalized gambling. [...]

rebuild trust

How to Rebuild Trust in a Relationship

Trust is an essential element of any healthy relationship, but it’s also something you must actively work to maintain. If you’ve done something to erode a stable foundation of [...]

why am i tired

Why Am I Always Tired and Have No Energy?

In a perfect world, you’d always greet each new day with plenty of enthusiasm and motivation. However, your reality may look more like hitting the snooze button several times [...]

porn addiction

Porn Addiction Side Effects

Millions of Americans routinely visit porn websites or access pornographic content. An estimated 35% of internet downloads relate to pornography. Unfortunately, the vast magnitude of pornography available online has [...]


Autism Symptoms in Children

Autism spectrum disorder is a condition that develops in childhood and may eventually cause behavioral, social and communication problems. Often, children with autism show symptoms before their first birthday. [...]

anxiety and motherhood

Anxiety and Motherhood

If you are one of the millions of women living with an anxiety disorder, you may wonder whether you are capable of coping with the additional challenges associated with [...]

sleep procrastination

Sleep Procrastination as Self-Harm

If you have a stressful schedule packed with responsibilities, you may feel like you never have free time for yourself. In response, you may decide to stay up late, [...]

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The Psychology of Writing Down Goals

Every year, millions of people worldwide set New Year’s resolutions – a tradition dating back thousands of years. Whether your goals are to get fit, save more money, make [...]

video game addiction

Video Game Addiction Explained

Gaming is a hobby for billions of people worldwide. You may enjoy playing video games to bond with your children or connect online with friends. Many online, phone and [...]

intrusive thoughts

How to Stop Intrusive Thoughts

If you live with a mental health issue like anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder, you are probably intimately familiar with intrusive thoughts. Since these can be so [...]