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10 Ways to Develop Resilience in Sobriety

10 Ways to Develop Resilience in Sobriety plant growing in the desert

Making the transition from addiction into a sober lifestyle requires hard work, life skills, and the ability to cope with challenges as they arise. After completing rehab, some sober people may find themselves struggling to overcome certain setbacks that make it difficult to remain sober. This struggle can lead to overwhelming feelings of anxiety, depression, […]

Spending the Holidays at a Sober Living Home

Spending the Holidays at a Sober Living Home Spending the Holidays at a Sober Living Home

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Why Houston Is One of the Best Sober Cities for a Career

Why Houston Is One of the Best Sober Cities for a Career Sober Homes in Houston

Completing a rehab program is just the start of beginning a whole new life in recovery. As you transition out of rehab and into an independent sober lifestyle, it’s important that you set yourself up for success in a healthy living environment that promotes personal growth and continued recovery.

7 Ways Outdoor Activities Support Your Sobriety

7 Ways Outdoor Activities Support Your Sobriety friends hiking

Getting outside and doing something active isn’t just good for your physical health—it also provides a wealth of benefits for individuals in recovery. In fact, it even has a name and is recognized as a beneficial form of therapy. Wilderness therapy is a type of outdoor treatment that is recognized by the American Psychological Association […]

Top 10 spots where addicts hide drugs

Top 10 spots where addicts hide drugs

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Where to Live After Rehab: Sober Living or Home?

Where to Live After Rehab: Sober Living or Home?

Drug rehab is often one of the first steps in an addiction treatment program. This form of evidence-based therapeutic interventions is an effective way to address substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders, as it combines 12-Step Program work and a residential inpatient curriculum that is designed to treat the whole person, not just the addiction.

How to Volunteer in Addiction Recovery

How to Volunteer in Addiction Recovery 6 Ways to Volunteer While In Recovery

After completing a drug and alcohol rehab program, many people feel empowered and ready to begin their new life of sobriety. Others may be unsure about what the future holds. Although it may take time to find purpose in life as you adjust to a lifestyle without drugs and alcohol, serving others provides many benefits […]

How to Establish Personal Boundaries in Recovery

How to Establish Personal Boundaries in Recovery Setting Personal Boundaries in Recovery

Each and every one of us is entitled to our own thoughts, opinions, beliefs, and personal space. In recovery, it’s especially important that you learn how to value yourself in a way that is not dependent on the view other people have of you. While living in a Eudaimonia sober home, you may have old […]

How to Maintain Good Nutrition in Addiction Recovery

How to Maintain Good Nutrition in Addiction Recovery The Importance of Good Nutrition for Lasting Sobriety

When you were in active addiction what was your diet like? Late night fast food? Microwavable meals full of preservatives? Fatty or sugary snacks like chips and cookies? Most people who suffer from substance abuse problems have very irregular or poor diets. Addicts may also choose to spend most or all their money on drugs, […]

8 Hobbies That Can Help Reduce Anxiety

8 Hobbies That Can Help Reduce Anxiety woman paints to reduce her anxiety

Overall, researchers estimate that about 20 percent of people who suffer from addiction are also plagued by an anxiety disorder. Some studies estimate that this rate may even be as high as 50 percent among people who have experienced traumatic life events.1 Unfortunately, anxiety doesn’t just disappear once you get sober. Experiences in early recovery […]

13 Natural Ways to Manage Depression in Addiction Recovery

Globally, more than 300 million people suffer from depression and it is the leading cause of disability worldwide.1 Depression can severely affect a person’s emotional and physical health, causing feelings of emptiness and sadness, insomnia, weight fluctuations, cognitive problems, fatigue, weakened immune system, and at its worst, suicide.2

Why You Should Be Celebrating Your Sobriety Birthday

Why You Should Be Celebrating Your Sobriety Birthday Celebrating Your Sobriety Birthday

All of us choose to recognize significant life events and milestones with celebrations. Marriages, birthdays, pregnancies, anniversaries … these are just a few of the life events many of us celebrate regularly, but they all have one thing in common. They each signify personal growth and progress, which is something to be proud of. If […]

How to Improve Self-Efficacy in Addiction Recovery

How to Improve Self-Efficacy in Addiction Recovery The Role of Self-Efficacy in Addiction Recovery

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Creating Safe Spaces for LGBTQ Individuals in Recovery

Creating Safe Spaces for LGBTQ Individuals in Recovery Creating Safe Spaces for LGBTQ Individuals in Recovery

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals are at a much higher risk of developing substance abuse and mental health issues.1 In a new study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, researchers at the University of Texas at Austin also found […]

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