For all of us, the holidays can be a painful time if we are returning home to uncomfortable environments, including dealing with toxic family members. It's easy to find ourselves triggered; those emotional wounds can resurface quickly and painfully. Now, imagine being very early in sobriety, and facing a trip home for the holidays. Or, while battling everything else - family, work, etc. - now you're facing the dreaded holidays with toxic family members. The Bridge to Recovery may be a...
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Our Alumni Homecoming was a special experience for all involved. We hope you'll take a few minutes to check out a glimpse into the weekend. We'd like to thank all of our Alumni who attended, our staff who participated, and our newfound friend, musician/singer/songwriter Travis Meadows who performed for us. If you want to learn more about how healing happens at The Bridge to Recovery, call us today at (877)866-8661.
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It's easy to refer a friend or family member....
One of the most asked questions we receive from Alumni is “How do I send my family member to The Bridge?”
For nearly five decades, The Bridge continues to not only help individuals, but we continue to help the whole family unit heal. We have had multiple generations of the same family come through our program over the decades. With the individuals coming at different times, we have worked with couples,...
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Last year, our Alumni Homecoming was a tremendous success. With just over 80 people in attendance, we were thrilled with the outcome of our first Homecoming in many years. This year, we are excited to bring you even more activities, workshops, and an overall improved experience. Please see below for more details.
Where: The Bridge to Recovery, Bowling Green, KY
When: Friday, September 23rd (4:...
Here are five ways to engage in self-care. Pick one or two (or more). Give yourself the self-love you deserve and that you’re worthy of every single day of the year.
1. Say It Like You Mean It: Positive affirmations fuel your emotional state. It can be something as simple as: “I’m Worth It,” “I Deserve Happiness,” or “I Choose Life.” Write a handful of positive affirmations down on small slips of paper, fold up the paper, and place them in a pretty box. The next time...
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