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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.
ALLOWING MYSELF TO BE HAPPY
Your mouth is dry, your head is pounding, and the nausea has stopped you in your tracks. Although these symptoms may present themselves as the worst flu bug you’ve ever had, in most situations, if you had a few too … Continue reading
Every year, people set resolutions but don’t end up following them. Whether it’s to go to additional meetings or it’s to go to the gym, your personal goals are important to you. Don’t let life get in the way: Make … Continue reading
The new year is right around the corner, and people everywhere will be making resolutions for changes they want to make in their lives or things they want to accomplish in 2020. While not everyone makes resolutions, and of those … Continue reading
During the holiday season, you may be looking for ways to celebrate. If you are non-religious, and also in recovery, you may be on the hunt for ways to celebrate the holidays that are safe, fun and not religious based. … Continue reading
The holidays can be a difficult time for everyone, but especially those who are still in recovery. Don’t let seasonal sadness set you back. Here are some important tips to avoid holiday depression.
It’s time to look for some great gifts for the person in recovery in your life. It’s the time of year to validate the people that you love, and there are a ton of deals and items on sale at … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is a time for celebration and thinking about all the things we are grateful for, but it can also be a challenging time for those in recovery. When you are working hard to stay sober, it can be difficult … Continue reading
Many people enjoy giving back to their communities around the holiday season, helping those who are less fortunate. At a time of year when temperatures drop, the homeless can be especially at risk. When you are in recovery, volunteering in … Continue reading