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September is National Recovery Month! A national observance held every September to promote and support new evidence-based treatment and recovery practices, the nation’s strong and proud recovery community, and the dedication of service providers and communities who make recovery in … Continue reading
Dealing with triggers can be a daily challenge. There are healthy ways you can deal with triggers and the thoughts and feelings that accompany them. Triggers associated with addiction can be internal or external. It’s important to know the difference … Continue reading
Addiction affects everyone involved, not just the individual experiencing the symptoms. Enduring withdrawal will be a challenge regardless of the type of addiction you’re trying to overcome, but it can be done. Here’s what you can expect during withdrawal.
There are a lot of things that can affect your lifestyle and health. But of all the things around you, nothing will affect you more than an addiction. Drug and alcohol addiction has a significant cost that must be paid … Continue reading
We live in a day and age where sobriety is more attainable than ever before. You can get sober, you can get help, and you can get the life that you have always wanted. With the 4th of July holiday … Continue reading
The sun is finally out after a long and dreary winter, and you are ready to have your first sober summer. Summer can be a time filled with temptations to relapse due to invitations to barbecues and opportunities to lie … Continue reading
Being sober is not easy. For those that have become sober or that are working toward becoming sober, this is such a huge step and such a huge accomplishment, one that should be celebrated. When you are hosting a sober … Continue reading
We usually start recovery because we want better for our lives than in the past and or our addiction has taken us to a place of incomprehensible demoralization. During the process, we may learn valuable tools required to learn how … Continue reading
A collection of personal stories that focuses on the difficulties of addiction and the joys of recovery. From 1 year to 25 years, congratulations to these amazing friends and their recovery time.