Sometimes relocating to a new city for a sober living program can provide much-needed change and inspiration as you embrace a new lifestyle of sobriety. If you are searching for a new place to begin your sober life, Houston may be a great option. Here are six excellent reasons to consider enrolling in a sober […]
After you’ve completed a drug and alcohol rehab program, you may be tempted to think that you don’t need continued support; that as long as you stay away from alcohol or drugs you’ll be fine. Unfortunately, this is the type of thinking that leads straight to relapse and away from long-term sobriety.
New Year’s Eve can be a difficult time for many people in recovery. This date, in particular, might bring back memories of previous drug or alcohol binges or partying with old friends who also abused drugs. You may even find yourself experiencing more cravings, depression, anxiety, or other negative emotions that could drive you to […]
Updated on August 11th, 2020 Early sobriety is a time full of challenges, adjustments, milestones, and change, which can all be very exciting and advantageous, but also overwhelming. The sobriety journey is different for everyone, but all people in recovery will face various challenges and obstacles as they learn to adopt a new sober lifestyle. […]
With 2018 right around the corner, you may be starting to think about New Year’s resolutions and goals you’d like to set for yourself in the upcoming year. Setting goals is an important part of maintaining sobriety and continuing your own personal, emotional, and spiritual growth.
It’s officially the holiday season and you may have several holiday parties coming up on your agenda. Whether it’s a social event for work, with friends, or a family engagement, it can be expected that most holiday parties will involve alcohol.
Whether you’ve started your holiday shopping or not, the holidays are upon us, and this time of year is all about giving. Giving a gift is a great way to show someone that you care, especially if that someone is facing a particularly difficult season of life.
If you are newly sober or trying to regain your focus after a recent relapse, getting involved with a peer support group and staying busy are two key aspects of maintaining your sobriety. If you’ve decided to enroll in a sober living program, you have many options to choose from!
Updated on December 17th, 2020 Addiction recovery is a long-term process and a highly-individualized one at that. No one person’s recovery journey will be identical to another’s, and as a family member or friend of an addicted loved one, it’s important to remember that you play a vital role in this process.
[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] There are many risk factors that may put a person in recovery at risk for relapse. Most commonly, these risk factors include stress, negative or positive emotions, and certain people, places, or things.1,2 Although these risk factors will vary based on the individual, all people in recovery should know which […]
If you have recently completed an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab program, you may be thinking about enrolling in a transitional housing program to continue your recovery journey. While there are many different options to choose from across the country, it may not always be easy to determine which one is the best choice for […]
Updated on August 11th, 2020 Addiction is frequently referred to as a family disease because it affects the entire family unit, not just the person who is using drugs or alcohol. Relationships affected by addiction are inevitably damaged as a result, and most often, spouses, parents, children, and friends suffer the most. How Does Addiction […]
Early sobriety is a time full of challenges, adjustments, milestones, and change, which can all be very exciting and advantageous, but also overwhelming. This time period often referred to as “early sobriety” includes your first 90 days of sobriety in rehab and may continue for weeks, months, or even a year after that. The sobriety […]
If you have never experienced a sober living home for yourself, the opinions and unfounded statements of others may have clouded your view of what a high-quality sober living home really is. Although it is tempting to believe everything you hear, it’s important to have the facts straight before enrolling in a transitional living program.
Whether you’ve been sober for years or days, everyone struggles sometimes. Recovery is an ongoing process and you may find yourself needing some additional support after completing rehab. Fortunately, there’s an app for just about everything—even sobriety maintenance. While Eudaimonia does not support the idea that an app can take the place of addiction treatment […]