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Robin Williams: His Story Through Addiction & Depression

17th May 2024

As we approach the 10-year anniversary of Robin Williams’s passing in August this year, his complex and heart-breaking story continues to resonate with so many. The man who made us roar with laughter and embodied countless unforgettable characters dealt with a hidden struggle. Behind the brilliance and manic humour existed a complex battle; there was…

Beyond Shame: Why Seeking Help for Addiction is a Sign of Strength

10th May 2024

With stems from misinformation and negative stereotypes surrounding addiction, many people struggle by carrying the burden of shame, making them hold back when it comes to seeking help. However, we must understand that seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness. Often, movies and media paint addicts as flawed or irresponsible, but the truth…

Setting Boundaries in Co-Dependency: Reclaim Your Power

3rd May 2024

Setting boundaries in relationships today can be a challenge for some when your main aim is to please your partner or those around you. However, this can lead down a tricky pathway towards co-dependency that can then cause longer term problems within your relationships. At New Leaf, we aim to support everyone in their journey…

Empowering Recovery: Drew Barrymore’s Journey and Alternative Therapies in Substance Addiction 

19th April 2024

Drew Barrymore’s Journey and the Integration of Alternative Therapies Drew Barrymore started her acting career in 1980, and in 1982 when she performed in ‘ET.: The Extraterrestrial’, her career broke out. Due to her exposure in the sets and her daily partying routine, she was led to alcohol and drugs as early as the age…

Career Development – Improving Yourself After Addiction 

12th April 2024

Thinking about your career development after addiction recovery is a pivotal moment. It signifies not only a personal triumph but also the beginning of a new chapter filled with opportunities for growth and fulfilment. This transition can present unique challenges, from overcoming stigma to navigating the job market with confidence.   At New Leaf Recovery, we…

Beyond Like & Follows: The Impact of Mobile Phones on Mental Health

5th April 2024

Mobile phones have become one of the most common features of everyday life as the world has continued to step into a digital era, but the impact that they can have on mental health is a rising concern across the UK. Although there can be some positive elements to technology and having a phone, there…

Navigating the Nexus: Internet Addiction and ADHD Unveiled

29th March 2024

In a rapidly evolving digital landscape, the mix of technology and human behaviour has seen a rise in the connections between internet addiction and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Screens have become ever present in daily life and now feature in virtually everything that we do. The lines between leisure and compulsion are starting to…

Sleeping Pills: Understanding Their Impact and Your Path to Recovery

22nd March 2024

Sleeping pills have shown to be a growing concern among football players and young people worldwide. They are medical drugs that can be purchased in pharmacies and used to treat sleep disorders and anxiety. Dele Ali, a 27-year-old Everton football player, has shared his history with sleeping pills and warned that this is a problem…

Youth Gambling on the rise

15th March 2024

Gambling is not a new concept, but many have noticed a rise in its prevalence over recent years with experts now concerned about the rise in younger adults gambling in some form. At New Leaf Recovery, we offer support for those in the clutches of gambling addiction. Find out more today about Gambling Addiction and…

The Risks of Trending Laughing Gas

8th March 2024

In recent times, a concerning trend has emerged on social media platforms and among certain social circles – the recreational use of laughing gas, also known as nitrous oxide.   The effects of nitrous oxide, commonly used for medical and dental purposes, may induce short-lived euphoria and laughter. The increasing popularity of its recreational use raises…

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