Maintaining sobriety after addiction treatment can be challenging, and many people benefit from a helping hand to stay on the right track. For many individuals, Texas sober living homes can help them establish a healthy, productive lifestyle and navigate the various challenges of recovery.
[et_pb_section admin_label=”Section” fullwidth=”off” specialty=”off”][et_pb_row admin_label=”Row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_image admin_label=”Image” src=”http://eudaimoniahomes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Bank-Holidays.jpg” show_in_lightbox=”off” url_new_window=”off” use_overlay=”off” animation=”left” sticky=”off” align=”left” force_fullwidth=”off” always_center_on_mobile=”on” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#ffffff” border_style=”solid”] [/et_pb_image][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text” background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”left” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#ffffff” border_style=”solid”] Staying sober during the holidays, can be difficult. The holiday season can be a stressful one. In early sobriety, these factors can make staying sober during the holidays difficult. Parties […]
Thanksgiving and the holidays, in general, can be a particularly difficult time for some people in recovery. Regardless, Thanksgiving is the perfect time to create some new traditions as you celebrate a new life in recovery. In this blog, we will share some personal tips for staying sober on Thanksgiving and provide more information on […]
Completing a drug and alcohol rehab program is an accomplishment, however, the road to recovery does not end there. Many addicts come to understand that “Recovery “is a lifelong process, and a 30-day stay is not going to cure your addiction. If anything, staying sober inside a drug and alcohol treatment center is easy. No […]
Many of us enter treatment programs on a last ditch effort for help. Drug and Alcohol treatment programs can last from 28 – 90 Days typically. This momentarily escape from everyday life allows addicts and alcoholics time to work on themselves. Although believing a 28-day treatment program can fix all your problems vastly underestimates the […]
Addiction is a chronic, progressive, and often fatal disease if left untreated. The disease of addiction effects not only the user, but their families and loved ones as well. Long term drug addiction can cause unhealthy behavioral patterns, intense resentment, emotional walls and even violent behavior. The ugly side of addiction doesn’t just stick to […]
Sober Living in Austin – Many drug addicts who enter treatment find it to be a life changing event. With a new found awareness of the disease of addiction, solid spiritual principles to live by and knowledge and skills to use, addicts in recovery after rehab are often encouraged to move into a sober living […]
Since I was 13 years old, getting high and drunk was the only way I knew how to have a good time. Life was glum without some sort of drugs in my body and getting sober seemed impossible. Before I entered recovery I pictured a grey dull life in sobriety filled with 12 step meetings, […]
There’s a reason why Colorado Springs is referred to as “a city on the move.” It’s easy for residents to stay fit with nature trails for running and biking in Palmer Park, volleyball and basketball courts in Bear Creek Park and hiking and yoga events at Cheyenne Mountain State Park. The “Springs “(what locals call […]
Texas has experienced a barbecue renaissance of momentous proportions, with some of the most well-known BBQ restaurants nationwide being located right in the heart of Houston. Every year, the Lyerly Recovery Club has the Alacthon and Barbecue Competition, inviting recovering addicts and alcoholics across the city to compete in a cook off.
If you were anything like me, you probably thought that sober people were dull. After giving up the drugs and alcohol, it seemed like there was nothing else to do besides drink coffee and attend 12 step meetings. In active addiction we often lose interest in the things we once loved. In early sobriety, having […]
“You don’t go to the junkyard to get a new car “my first sponsor used to say. Never fully understanding what he meant, I shook my head in agreement with him. I entered the program of AA for my second time before I was legally allowed to drink. Young and completely beaten down and depressed […]
Spring is a great time for change Spring is the time of year, when change and new growth occurs. The color of the leaves begin to change and new plants begin to grow. Whether you are transitioning into sober living or making the decision to enter drug and alcohol treatment, spring time could be your […]
Sober living in Colorado Springs CO can be a pivotal point for an individual recovery. Outside of learning how to stay sober in sober living in Colorado Springs CO, one must relearn how to have fun in life again without the use of drugs or alcohol. The gallery below are the top 10 places to […]
Updated on February 5th, 2021 Being a young person in recovery certainly has its benefits, but learning how to stay sober after rehab can often be a difficult adjustment for young adults. Getting sober young is an incredible experience, but you may also face some obstacles along the way. Enrolling in a sober living program […]