Duffy's Myrtledale Inc Alcohol and Drug Recovery Facility location & phone number

  • Our Address:
    3076 Myrtledale Road
    Calistoga, California

    Phone Number:
    (707) 942-6888
    We are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

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    oakland,CA
    2 years, 7 months Ago
    Call (510) 535-4471 to see if you are eligible for a ca***at at no cost through NAHC sponsored by State Farm. http://ow.ly/i/adNnO
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    2 years, 7 months Ago
    I’m Sober, but My Family Isn’t Supportive http://bit.ly/1AIqZma #PassagesMalibu
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    oakland,CA
    2 years, 7 months Ago
    The Navajo Nation's Tax On Junk Food Splits Reservation #IndianCountry #Wellness #Health #Nutrition #News http://ow.ly/Lys1K
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    fresno,CA
    2 years, 7 months Ago
    The health benefits of touching are far and wide, so I’d like to convince you to increase the cuddle time with the loved ones in your life. 1. Cuddling releases oxytocin. Oxytocin is a hormone that does everything from making you feel good to helping you feel connected to others. Oxytocin is crucial in the act of cuddling, as you’ll see from its benefits popping up in the list below. 2. Cuddling boosts your immune system. When you’re so in love you feel invincible, you’re experiencing oxytocin release. This feel-good hormone makes you feel like nothing can hurt you—which is an amazing benefit! It also increases hormones that help fight infection. So, basically, you’re boosting your immune system because you’re feeling too good and healthy to get sick. The power of positive thinking—and feeling loved and secure—actually works! 3. Cuddling relieves pain. Just as it boosts your immune system, cuddling and releasing oxytocin will decrease your pain levels. Whenever your neck hurts, what do you do? Rub it, right? Even simple touches like that release enough oxytocin to make you feel better, so imagine the effect cuddling has! 4. Cuddling helps deepen your relationships. Communication is important in relationships, but people often forget how effective and meaningful touch can be. When your career is so stressful you come home and can’t stop thinking about the job, you’re taking a negative toll on your relationship. Instead, imagine coming home and cuddling with your partner for even ten minutes a day. This brief break from the stress of everyday life will not only give you all the other benefits listed here, but will also deepen your relationship. You’ll be taking time to focus solely on your partner and what you feel for them. 5. Cuddling can lead to more. Even non-erotic touch can release dopamine, which is a hormone that increases s**ual desire. Getting a sweet hug or massage from your partner after a long day can lead to more, which is win-win for both of you! Regular s**ual activity will strengthen your relationship as well. Also, s** is a good stress reliever, and an easy way to get in some physical activity. 6. Cuddling helps women bond. Have you heard the term “oxytocin” in relation to childbirth and breastfeeding? It’s because this chemical doesn’t just inspire good feelings between couples—it also works for women and their babies. Oxytocin helps relax the mother, so that breastfeeding may come more easily. It also enables sleep, even when the mother might have difficulty sleeping with a newborn in the house. 7. Cuddling reduces social anxiety. Oxytocin inspires positive thinking. It helps you have an optimistic outlook on the world. Which means when you get a hug right as you arrive at the party where you only know one person, you’re going to feel happier and more social going in. You’ll feel like you can charm everyone at the party. And with oxytocin coursing through your system, you will! 8. Cuddling reduces stress. It’s obvious by now, right? Oxytocin is an amazing natural hormone that has so many benefits for the human body. It’s only natural that all these positive effects are going to release stress, also. You’re feeling more connected with your partner, you’re feeling confident in social situations, your immune system is stronger—what do you have to be stressed about? You have a great, cuddle-filled, loving life. Enjoy it! 9. Cuddling lowers your risk of heart disease. Yup—oxytocin again! All the benefits listed above add together to mean less stress, less anxiety, lower blood pressure and—you got it—a lower risk of heart disease! Because your heart is happier and not working as hard to combat the effects of stress and sickness, you’ll be healthier, longer. 10. Cuddling doesn’t have a definition. Cuddling doesn’t have to be between you and your romantic partner. It doesn’t even have to be with another person—you can rub your own shoulders! You can also hug friends or play with your pets. If you don’t want to be social or don’t have a furry friend, never fear! You can take a warm bath or get a massage. Feeling warm and connected by some sort of touch is enough to release oxytocin into your system and get you feelin’ good!
  • 1
    fresno,CA
    2 years, 7 months Ago
    The health benefits of touching are far and wide, so I’d like to convince you to increase the cuddle time with the loved ones in your life. 1. Cuddling releases oxytocin. Oxytocin is a hormone that does everything from making you feel good to helping you feel connected to others. Oxytocin is crucial in the act of cuddling, as you’ll see from its benefits popping up in the list below. 2. Cuddling boosts your immune system. When you’re so in love you feel invincible, you’re experiencing oxytocin release. This feel-good hormone makes you feel like nothing can hurt you—which is an amazing benefit! It also increases hormones that help fight infection. So, basically, you’re boosting your immune system because you’re feeling too good and healthy to get sick. The power of positive thinking—and feeling loved and secure—actually works! 3. Cuddling relieves pain. Just as it boosts your immune system, cuddling and releasing oxytocin will decrease your pain levels. Whenever your neck hurts, what do you do? Rub it, right? Even simple touches like that release enough oxytocin to make you feel better, so imagine the effect cuddling has! 4. Cuddling helps deepen your relationships. Communication is important in relationships, but people often forget how effective and meaningful touch can be. When your career is so stressful you come home and can’t stop thinking about the job, you’re taking a negative toll on your relationship. Instead, imagine coming home and cuddling with your partner for even ten minutes a day. This brief break from the stress of everyday life will not only give you all the other benefits listed here, but will also deepen your relationship. You’ll be taking time to focus solely on your partner and what you feel for them. 5. Cuddling can lead to more. Even non-erotic touch can release dopamine, which is a hormone that increases s**ual desire. Getting a sweet hug or massage from your partner after a long day can lead to more, which is win-win for both of you! Regular s**ual activity will strengthen your relationship as well. Also, s** is a good stress reliever, and an easy way to get in some physical activity. 6. Cuddling helps women bond. Have you heard the term “oxytocin” in relation to childbirth and breastfeeding? It’s because this chemical doesn’t just inspire good feelings between couples—it also works for women and their babies. Oxytocin helps relax the mother, so that breastfeeding may come more easily. It also enables sleep, even when the mother might have difficulty sleeping with a newborn in the house. 7. Cuddling reduces social anxiety. Oxytocin inspires positive thinking. It helps you have an optimistic outlook on the world. Which means when you get a hug right as you arrive at the party where you only know one person, you’re going to feel happier and more social going in. You’ll feel like you can charm everyone at the party. And with oxytocin coursing through your system, you will! 8. Cuddling reduces stress. It’s obvious by now, right? Oxytocin is an amazing natural hormone that has so many benefits for the human body. It’s only natural that all these positive effects are going to release stress, also. You’re feeling more connected with your partner, you’re feeling confident in social situations, your immune system is stronger—what do you have to be stressed about? You have a great, cuddle-filled, loving life. Enjoy it! 9. Cuddling lowers your risk of heart disease. Yup—oxytocin again! All the benefits listed above add together to mean less stress, less anxiety, lower blood pressure and—you got it—a lower risk of heart disease! Because your heart is happier and not working as hard to combat the effects of stress and sickness, you’ll be healthier, longer. 10. Cuddling doesn’t have a definition. Cuddling doesn’t have to be between you and your romantic partner. It doesn’t even have to be with another person—you can rub your own shoulders! You can also hug friends or play with your pets. If you don’t want to be social or don’t have a furry friend, never fear! You can take a warm bath or get a massage. Feeling warm and connected by some sort of touch is enough to release oxytocin into your system and get you feelin’ good!
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I understand

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    angels-camp,CA
    2 years, 7 months Ago
    April 18, 2015 "I understand" Page 112 "We humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings." Step Seven Once we are entirely ready to have our character defects removed, many of us are entirely ready! Ironically, that's when the trouble really starts. The more we struggle to rid ourselves of a particular defect, the stronger that shortcoming seems to become. It is truly humbling to realize that not only are we powerless over our addiction, but even over our own defects of character. Finally, it clicks. The Seventh Step doesn't suggest that we rid ourselves of our shortcomings, but that we ask our Higher Power to rid us of them. The focus of our daily prayers begins to shift. Admitting our inability to perfect ourselves, we plead with our Higher Power to do for us what we cannot do for ourselves. And we wait. For many days, our program may stay on Step Seven. We may experience no sudden, total relief from defects - but we often do experience a subtle shift in our perceptions of ourselves and others. Through the eyes of the Seventh Step, we begin to see those around us in a less critical way. We know that, just like us, many of them are struggling with shortcomings they would dearly love to be rid of. We know that, just like us, they are powerless over their own defects. We wonder if they, too, humbly pray to have their defects removed. We begin evaluating others as we have learned to evaluate ourselves, with an empathy born of humility. As we watch others, and as we keep watch on ourselves, we can finally say, "I understand." Just for Today: God, help me see through the eyes of Step Seven. Help me understand. Copyright (c) 2014, NA World Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 2
    pacific-grove,CA
    2 years, 7 months Ago
    We are excited to announce a special solo benefit concert with Joan Armatrading for Beacon House on May 7th at the Sunset Center in Carmel. For tickets please call (831) 620-2048 or go to www.sunsetcenter.org http://beaconhouse.org/events/
  • 2
    oakland,CA
    2 years, 7 months Ago
    This digital story created in one of our workshops is a beautiful story of healing, fatherhood, and native identity. http://ow.ly/LHVxi
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    inglewood,CA
    2 years, 7 months Ago
    Our IT expert showing us how a hard drive is destroyed for e-recycling-keeping your information safe! Drop off your e-waste at AADAP today. Location: 2900 S. Crenshaw Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90016 Asian American Drug Abuse Program uploaded a new video.
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    oakland,CA
    2 years, 7 months Ago
    Hey Bay Area Moms! Did you know we offer a monthly breastfeeding support group in Oakland? http://ow.ly/i/ahuvV

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