Tag Archives: sobriety

New Nationwide Mental Health Hotline

Mental health is a huge hurdle that many people struggle to surmount each and every day. Issues like sobriety and figuring out how to handle mental health crises can be an extra layer of stress. For years, the suicide prevention … Continue reading

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Tips to Stay Sober

Whether you’re starting your journey in sobriety or you’re just going through a rough time, there are times when you can feel as if you just want to drink or use. While there are several techniques that you can use to … Continue reading

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BOO’s Free Halloween

Staying sober on holidays can be a challenge, even for people who don’t struggle with alcohol addiction. One of the trickiest holidays to stay sober during is definitely Halloween. Many people consider Halloween a party holiday, so most people who throw a … Continue reading

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5 Tips For Managing Finances During Recovery

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Sober Is the New Black

When Sober is the New Black came out in 2014, it forced people to rethink their drinking. The COVID-19 lockdowns had this same effect on many people. Now, more than ever, it seems more people want to explore sobriety. 

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In-Person Meetings vs. Zoom Meetings

  Advantages of In-Person Meetings Up until the past few years, especially when people had to stay home during 2019-20 COVID-19 lockdowns, recovery organizations promoted mostly in-person meetings versus online ones. It’s because a stronger positive energy exchange takes place … Continue reading

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Peer Pressure and Staying Sober While in College

College is a time of self-discovery. For many students, college can be a time to explore alcohol use. Up to 80% of college students report having one drink within two weeks, and of that 80%, half report binge-drinking on occasion. If you’re a … Continue reading

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Don’t Quit before the MIRACLE… Sobriety and Surviving 2020

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September is National Recovery Month!

With September being National Recovery Month, this is an ideal time to think about how much you have accomplished and learn more about the recovery process. During the current COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an increase in substance abuse and … Continue reading

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Why a Journal is Helpful During Recovery

A journal is used as a coping method for expressing your stressors in a healthy manner, and for those in recovery, journaling may help to keep your temptations at bay and maintain your mental health. Journaling is one of the … Continue reading

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