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5 Tips for Staying Sober During This Thanksgiving Holiday

5 Tips for Staying Sober During This Thanksgiving Holiday If you are sober, staying that way during this holiday can be very difficult. Here are some tips on how to stay sober during the Thanksgiving holiday:

The Thanksgiving holiday is a time when friends and family come together to give thanks for all the wonderful things in their lives. But it also holds the potential to be a challenging time for anyone who struggles with alcohol addiction or any other type of substance use. If you are sober, staying that way during this holiday can be very difficult. Here are some tips on how to stay sober during the Thanksgiving holiday:

Sober Activity Series: Why Yoga is a Great Sober Activity for Addiction Recovery

Sober Activity Series: Why Yoga is a Great Sober Activity for Addiction Recovery Sober Activity Series: Why Yoga is a Great Sober Activity for Recovering Addicts

Sober living is challenging, especially when faced with all the free time that used to be occupied by substance use. Isolation is also a concern for people whose friend group was previously curated through addiction. Finding new hobbies and activities can be a great way to meet new people and keep your mind stimulated. This is why so many recovering addicts find that adding sober activities to their routine is beneficial in keeping them on the right path. These days, there are so many different ways that people in recovery can enrich their daily lives. Yoga is one such practice that the addiction recovery community has turned to as a constructive sober activity. Let’s discuss the benefits of yoga and some basic poses that you can try today!

Top 7 Apps for People in Addiction Recovery

Top 7 Apps for People in Addiction Recovery Top 7 Apps for People in Addiction Recovery

In the age of technology, it’s become a lot easier to track your sobriety and manage your recovery plan with the advent of mobile apps. Below is a list of recovery-based apps that you can download on your smartphone to connect with a supportive community and meet your own treatment goals. Regardless of whether you are newly sober or established in your recovery, there is an app on this list for you! All of the applications are available on Android and Apple iOS. Prices are subject to change as of the writing of this article. Eudaimonia does not receive commissions on purchases and is not in a sponsorship agreement with any of the applications listed below.

Sober Activity Series: An Introductory Guide to Houseplants

Sober Activity Series: An Introductory Guide to Houseplants Sober Activity Series: An Introductory Guide to Houseplants

In recovery, some find that they have extra time on their hands that used to be occupied in some way by substance use. We’re starting off our new Sober Activity Series with caring for houseplants as a great way to dedicate that extra time to something productive. Houseplants are a great form of therapy for anyone in recovery, someone working through trauma, dealing with mental illness, or some combination of the three. Research shows that for 88% of Americans, caring for houseplants has improved their mental health. So let’s go over a few beginner-friendly houseplants to get you started in your new sober hobby!

Urge Surfing in Addiction Recovery

Urge Surfing in Addiction Recovery Urge surfing is a method of maintaining and coping with these cravings and preventing relapse.

Every person in addiction recovery will at some point experience cravings for a substance they are abstaining from. It’s natural. For some, these cravings are hard to ignore and unfortunately lead to a relapse of substance use. Urge surfing is a method of maintaining and coping with these cravings and preventing relapse. Let’s discuss how you can implement this practice into your recovery plan.

5 Fall Mocktail Recipes for a Cozy Sober Autumn

5 Fall Mocktail Recipes for a Cozy Sober Autumn 5 Fall Mocktail Recipes for a Cozy Sober Autumn

The air is getting crisper here in Texas, so it’s time to settle in and get cozy with a nice non-alcoholic mixed drink! We’ve compiled a short list of mocktail recipes for this autumn season, ranging from large-batch drinks to vegan options. Try out a recipe or two for yourself and be sure to let us know what your favorite is!

Making Amends: 6 Tips to Get You Started

Making Amends: 6 Tips to Get You Started making amends

Step 9 of the Alcoholics Anonymous 12-Step program is all about making amends to the people you’ve hurt through your substance use. For many, this can be the most difficult and visceral step of the program. Which makes it all the more important in the recovery process. Not only is this step useful in helping you rebuild your relationships but it forces you to face the very real damage your substance use has caused. Let’s discuss some tips on reaching out and composing apologies to the people in your life you wish to make amends with.

Non-Alcoholic Drinks and Sober Living

Non-Alcoholic Drinks and Sober Living Non-Alcoholic Drinks and Sober Living

As the season of parties and social gatherings approaches, you may want to consider some sober alternatives to toasting with friends and family. But what are the options out there, and which one is right for you? Is it even okay to drink non-alcoholic beverages in recovery? We’ve got the answers for you.

Telling People You’re Sober

Telling People You’re Sober Telling People You’re Sober

Are you ready to have the talk? Telling people you’re sober is a big step forward in recovery. Make sure you know who you want to tell and why you want to tell them. Check-in with yourself and weigh whether this is the right step forward. How will informing people about your sobriety benefit your recovery? What are the risks? Let’s explore.

Strategies For Successful Sobriety

Strategies For Successful Sobriety Strategies For Successful Sobriety

A lot of people want quick solutions when they’re seeking successful sobriety and recovery. But the truth of the matter is that recovery is a lifelong process that is cultivated carefully through time and dedication. That being said, let’s discuss some key strategies that will foster successful sobriety no matter the stage of recovery.

Can You Visit Someone in a Sober Living Home?

Can You Visit Someone in a Sober Living Home? Can You Visit Someone in a Sober Living Home?

When someone you care about enters rehab or a sober living home, your first instinct is to be there for them. After all, one of the keys to successful recovery is community support and involvement. We’ve discussed here before that it isn’t always easy to support someone in recovery, but sometimes it’s as easy as visiting them. But can you visit a sober living home? And more importantly, should you visit? Let’s discuss the idea behind sober living facilities and all of the factors that will impact your decision to visit one.

Family Support is Important But Not Everything

Family Support is Important But Not Everything

It is vital that the family members of the patients provide support and care during the rehab process. This makes the patients feel that they are loved and needed by people. It also helps them grow more confident and speed up their recovery process too.

6 Tips For Supporting Someone in Recovery

6 Tips For Supporting Someone in Recovery 6 Tips For Supporting Someone in Recovery

Let’s not sugar-coat it: it’s not easy to support someone confronting their addiction disorder. Sometimes it feels like walking on eggshells; some days will be worse than others. But seeing it through and showing support and care for someone important to you can be so rewarding.

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