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How to Know When Someone is a Bad Influence

When you enter a journey in recovery, you need to choose your friends with care. Everyone has an influence on others. The wrong relationships can drag you down, making it even harder for you to overcome your addiction. In contrast, befriending people who encourage, inspire or … Continue reading

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Grieving While in Recovery

Losing a loved one is a painful experience that can be difficult to handle, especially if you’re in the early stages of the recovery process. Knowing how to cope with grief in healthy ways at this time can help you … Continue reading

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September is National Recovery Month!

With September being National Recovery Month, this is an ideal time to think about how much you have accomplished and learn more about the recovery process. During the current COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an increase in substance abuse and … Continue reading

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Why a Journal is Helpful During Recovery

A journal is used as a coping method for expressing your stressors in a healthy manner, and for those in recovery, journaling may help to keep your temptations at bay and maintain your mental health. Journaling is one of the … Continue reading

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Sober No Matter What – From The Share by Paulo Murillo

We checked in with these clean and sober individuals with different lengths of recovery time to see how they continue to maintain their sobriety as the pandemic continues to shut down in-person recovery meetings and fellowship. https://www.my12stepstore.com/product2562.html A MIRACLE Some people might … Continue reading

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She’s in Recovery

Addiction to drugs and/or alcohol is an equal opportunity disease; it does not distinguish between men and women; however, women are generally affected differently than men. Women tend to progress quicker in addiction, face a range of different barriers when … Continue reading

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Navigating the Anger of Uncertainty

Fear of the unknown is an issue for everyone, and fear leads to anger. Fear is defined as strong emotions caused by anticipation or awareness of danger. While anger is described as a strong feeling of displeasure and usually of … Continue reading

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Ideas for Outdoor Activities to Improve Your Well-Being

Regular physical activity is an essential part of staying in good health. When you’re working through the recovery process, it’s important to find a few outdoor activities that you enjoy doing. Participating in these activities can help boost your physical … Continue reading

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Skipping the Green Beer for Mocktails and Prayer on St. Patrick’s Day

With St. Patrick’s Day on the way, and the world as it is today this is a good reminder about the importance of staying sober during challenges in recovery.

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Tips for Finding a Job After Rehab

Searching for employment is a stressful situation for anyone and may be even more stressful for those who are returning to work after being in rehab. However, finding and maintaining a job is an important part of sobriety.

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