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Interview with an Author

Often in recovery, we set new goals and start making the time to achieve them. Writing a book seems to make the list quite often but not always, does it actually happen.

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Great Tips for a Sober 4th of July

Few things herald the arrival of summer quite like the 4th of July. This year, make sure your celebration aligns with your health and wellness goals. There are plenty of ways to celebrate Independence Day free from alcohol, and having … 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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HOW WE STAYED SOBER IN 2022

From the SHARE by Paulo Murrillo ADAPTING WITH THE TIMES “In the beginning I was freaking out about how we were going to get to meetings because they closed meetings of recovery. At first was I reluctant to do the ZOOM … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks for Your Recovery Journey

Showing gratitude can speed up your recovery journey. When you have a grateful heart, it’s easier to transform negative thoughts and feelings into positive ones. So, give thanks for having the strength and courage to stay sober. With a humble … Continue reading

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Family for the Holidays: Support or Trigger?

The holidays come with an unfortunate truth. Each year, 70% of Americans feel stress during the holidays. Of that group, 17% report family dynamics as a trigger, making it the third top stressor during the season. 

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What Makes Fentanyl So Lethal?

Fentanyl currently dominates overdose clusters. Over 150 people per day die from synthetic opioids like fentanyl. Unfortunately, those deaths continue to increase due to fentanyl’s unique properties and current distribution. Here is an overview of why fentanyl is so lethal. 

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Lunchtime Drinking: Watch For These Signs

Workplace stress is an unfortunate norm: 40% of workers report their jobs are very or extremely stressful. That leaves some professions at the mercy of lunchtime drinking. Tourism, real estate and law are especially vulnerable to lunchtime drinking affecting recovery … Continue reading

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THE HORROR THAT KEEPS ME SOBER

Paulo Murillo on Satan whispering in his ear, shadow people and the beauty about being clean and sober  BY PAULO MURILLO

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Getting a Head Start On Preparing for a Sober Holiday Season

Struggling with an addiction is a hard thing to deal with. As the holidays approach, staying the course and avoiding falling into an addiction habit will be hard. If you are a person that is fighting to keep a sober … Continue reading

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