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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
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
Summer is a great time to get outdoors and stay active, and for people in recovery, that fresh air and exercise can go a long way toward supporting long-term sobriety. Having a plan helps ensure you take action. Here are … Continue reading
The glorious weather and times of community gatherings are highly anticipated summer occasions. However, as a person in recovery, these events and get-togethers can be challenging when it comes to staying sober and drug-free. Now with all the covid19 restrictions … Continue reading
Summer months are filled with pool-side parties beach gatherings and backyard BBQs. But how can you enjoy these social occasions while also avoiding drugs and alcohol? Follow these tips for a fun and sober summer.
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
Traveling is a great way to see the world, broadening your horizons and exposing you to different cultures and ways of life. However, it can also present unique challenges to your sobriety, especially if you are new to sober living. … Continue reading
It’s time to enjoy some fun in the sun! That means plenty of outdoor picnics and pool parties. While this all sounds like innocent fun (and it should be), the fact is that summertime get-togethers can often test your recovery. … Continue reading
Summer’s slower pace is an ideal time to focus on taking care of yourself and celebrating sober living. Use the following ideas to stay happy and healthy the entire season.