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Is Addiction Hereditary?

Drug abuse is a national problem that affects millions of people. New research indicates that addiction may have hereditary links to family members. That means that if a parent or grandparent struggles with an addiction, it is possible that it … Continue reading

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Surviving Addiction, Inflation and Maybe…a Recession Too!

As most people have already discovered, we as a nation are experiencing inflation and may be on the verge of a potential economic recession. This is a very trying time for everyone, but it can be especially trying for those … Continue reading

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Safe and Sober Ways to Honor Memorial Day

To many people, Memorial Day is the official kickoff to summer. A weekend filled with BBQs, beach excursions, camping, graduations, and even 12-step conventions. It’s easy to get caught up in a three-day weekend and lose sight of the true … Continue reading

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Acts of Service and the Benefits

When you’re at one of your lowest points, either emotionally, spiritually, physically, or all three, it can be hard to imagine helping anyone other than yourself. In a lot of ways, this makes sense; when we’re hurt, we tend to think only … Continue reading

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The History of Alcohol and Drug Use Among United States Presidents

Everyone has a past, and United States presidents are no exception. When it comes to a history of drugs and alcohol, some former U.S. presidents have closer associations than others. For example, people of a certain age will remember when … Continue reading

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How To Love Yourself, Recovery and Valentine’s Day

Your life is different now. It’s so much better! You have so much to celebrate because you are no longer a prisoner of addiction. You are happy, joyous, and free, sober, and working hard to move forward with your life. Valentine’s Day is the … Continue reading

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Sex, Intimacy and the Emotions

Sex and love can coincide with one another. However, two people having relations don’t always have a close, intimate emotional bond. In some cases, one person might have stronger romantic feelings for the other, and that often causes hurt, confusion … Continue reading

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5 Tips For Managing Finances During Recovery

Party Girl by Anna David | Anna David Books | Party Girl Book Party Girl by Anna David is a book about a girl who decides to change her life for the better by becoming sober. Order this book today … Continue reading

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High School Vape Scene

Decades ago, it was considered en vogue and attractive to smoke cigarettes. Movies, books, and magazines were littered with advertisements and promotional material lauding cigarettes and tobacco. Today, we understand just how deadly that message truly was, especially to the younger generations … Continue reading

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Vaccines and Recovery

Substance abuse and recovery are two of the hardest things to deal with, and for many, it can be a make-or-break issue. When it comes to dealing with a global pandemic on the scale that we are currently dealing with, … Continue reading

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