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Seasonal Depression – Is it Real?

The short days, frigid weather and a lot of time spent cooped up indoors can lead people to feel down during winter. A lot of people experience the winter blues, but some may experience an extra, more intense drop in … Continue reading

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Having Sober Fun With the Guys

Everyday Life “Here’s the thing, I enjoy all the things that I thought would be boring in sobriety. I thought nightlife was the most fun thing that I could do. I’d go out and drink until three o’clock in the … Continue reading

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Relax, Rest and Celebrate Labor Day

Labor Day provides you with a chance to celebrate the end of the summer season. If you’re looking for ways to relax and enjoy this holiday, consider doing one or more of the following.

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September Celebrates National Recovery Month

September is National Recovery Month, which makes it an ideal time to evaluate how far you’ve come in your own journey toward addiction recovery. This year’s theme is Join the Voices for Recovery: Invest in Health, Home, Purpose and Community. … Continue reading

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Tips for Staying Sober in College

When you’re recovering from addiction, going to college can present certain challenges. Some college kids engage in drinking on a regular basis, but you can continue working toward sober living as a student. Keep the following tips in mind so … Continue reading

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My Sober Summer is Almost Over… What’s next?

Summer is almost over and that means that your resolve may soon be tested. Summer is one of the best times to get sober, as you’re often away from the environments that previously stressed you out. But when you go … Continue reading

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Can a Gambling Addict Ever Bet Responsibly?

A gambling addict, also known as a pathological gambler, compulsive gambler or gambling disorder—is an impulse-control disorder. If you’re a compulsive gambler, you can’t control the impulse to gamble, even when it has negative consequences for you or your loved … Continue reading

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Sincere Ways to Offer Condolences to Someone Experiencing Grief

Offering someone condolences after a loss isn’t easy or comfortable, but it is one of the most human things that you can offer — your sincere feelings of empathy. There are plenty of things not to say during this difficult and … Continue reading

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“Say the Second Thing” Book Signing Event

Say the Second Thing By Johnny W. Allem BOOK SIGNING EVENT Wednesday, July 25, 4:00 – 7p 8730 Santa Monica Blvd, B – West Hollywood, 90069 310 623 1702 “Say the Second Thing” furnishes proven, realistic and thoughtful “tools” to … Continue reading

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How to Find a Good, Affordable Rehab Program

Making the decision to enter rehab to battle your addiction is an incredible milestone in of itself, so congratulations are in order for choosing to embrace sobriety and a new to live. However, many rehab facilities are incredibly expensive, making … Continue reading

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