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Sober Living

Explaining Sobriety at Social Events

One of the hardest parts of early sobriety was learning to navigate familiar social events as a sober person. In my party days, whatever the occasion–wedding, work happy hour, baby shower, you name it–if there was booze, I was drinking. Then, sobriety came along and smacked me upside the head, and I had to figure out who I was and how to go about living my life without liquor.

Dating & Sobriety

Dating in recovery can be fun. Trust me, I know. When I first got sober, I thought I would be single for the rest of my life. Who would want to date an alcoholic? Who would accept me when I couldn’t even accept myself?

How Pets Can Help the Recovery Process

Animals are a great source of comfort for people in recovery. For anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one, a breakup, or a period of sorrow, they know that an animal is an invaluable source of support, stability, structure and accountability.

Medical Marijuana Dispensaries & Your Sobriety

If medical marijuana is legal in your state will it have an impact on your sobriety? In particular, will access to a medical marijuana dispensary mean you could jeopardize your recovery? It’s a question to think long and hard about if you have struggled with addiction. As we all know, laws have little to do with the realities of our addictions.

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Ways to Stick to Your Goals and Stay Sober in 2014

 2014 is here! It’s a brand new year full of amazing potential. Many people make New Year’s Resolutions, which is a fantastic idea to kick off a new year. The problem is that most people forget about their resolutions within a few weeks of making them. It might be more advantageous to have a “goals list” all year round and not necessarily focus it around the New Year. Making your focus on achieving your goals a lifestyle will certainly do you good!

Tips for Staying Sober this Holiday Season

Holidays can be full of love, fun, and family.  They are also marked by challenges, frustration, loneliness, temptation, and serious discomfort.

 

Let Recovery Help You Create a Life You Love

 I remember when I used to look at other people who seemed to have their lives together and actually seemed happy. I would observe them closely because there was a part of me that thought for sure they were faking their happiness. Nobody could really be super happy, right? I certainly wasn’t and I felt like I tried and tried to be.

‘Tis The Season to be Merry--and Sober

The holiday season is a fun time to be shared with friends and family, but it can also be a stressful time that triggers anxiety and challenges recovering addicts. There are many ways to stay sober and enjoy the holidays during this particularly challenging time of the year.

How To Gain Back The Friends You Have Lost Through Addiction

  If you or a loved one is currently in recovery, there are many different ways to start or continue that journey towards a healthy life. Some involve self-reflection and improvement, but there are many external steps one should take as well.

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