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Category: Accountability in Sober Living

Sober House: Everything You Need To Know

Sober House: Everything You Need To Know Eudaimonia Sober Living

If you or a loved one struggles with addiction and drugs, it can be challenging to know what to do. But before you start looking for more information about sober houses, you should make sure that this is the best option for you. Eudaimonia Sober Living Homes in Austin, Houston, and Colorado Springs are private facilities made for the people who want to stay and a place free from temptations after completing the rehab treatment. It is also an idle option for those people who have decided to quit drugs or alcohol but are not comfortable staying at home during the process. A patient can continue to live in a sober living facility after completing the rehabilitation treatment. These homes are also known as the recovery resident and transitional living facilities. The purpose of a sober living facility is to provide complete independence to the patients to attain stable sobriety.

How Journaling in Recovery Benefits Mental Health

How Journaling in Recovery Benefits Mental Health woman writing in journal

Writing in a private diary was a common practice for many during childhood; it was a place to confess inner thoughts, struggles, and goals for the future without the need to worry about outside judgment or punishment. You may have stopped keeping a diary once you reached adulthood, but the concept and its benefits can […]

5 Sober Apps to Help Manage and Maintain Your Sobriety

5 Sober Apps to Help Manage and Maintain Your Sobriety Positive man holding his phone.

In today’s increasingly digital world, it seems that there is an app available for just about anything imaginable, whether it be for checking your home security system cameras while away on vacation, managing your grocery shopping list, or even filing an on-the-spot car insurance claim after an accident. Whether you are new to sobriety or […]

Tips for Healthy Parenting in Recovery

Tips for Healthy Parenting in Recovery parenting in recovery

Your experience with addiction will have an impact on how you raise your kids. However, the relationship you have with them can be repaired if it’s damaged. Many parents who recover from substance use disorders re-establish amazing, healthy relationships with their kids. We understand that no two families are alike, and that parenting is a complex and dynamic role. But there are many lessons and tools you can take from your addiction recovery to help you become a better parent and a stronger member of your family.

Why Drug Screens Are An Important Part of Sober Living

Why Drug Screens Are An Important Part of Sober Living drug screening in sober living

Drug screens in sober living are not intended to be intrusive. Instead, they’re a vital part of the program and they can help you stay honest and sober while you navigate the challenges of early sobriety.

12-Step Program vs. Sober Living Program: What’s the Difference?

12-Step Program vs. Sober Living Program: What’s the Difference? 12-step program vs. sober living program

The 12-Step Program is popular among people in recovery, as are sober living programs. But what’s the difference between the two types of recovery support programs and which is best for you? In this blog, we’ll compare a 12-Step Programs vs. sober living program to help you find an answer.

The Danger of Semi-Sober Trends

The Danger of Semi-Sober Trends semi-sober trends

Semi-sober trends like #CaliSober and #SoberLite may be something you’re familiar with if you follow celebrity influencers on social media. Although these trends may seem like positive wellness trends, the messages they carry can be dangerous and detrimental to people who are highly susceptible to addiction.

Recommitting to Your Recovery

Recommitting to Your Recovery reevaluate recovery

The start of a new year is a chance to re-evaluate your life and your recovery. If you haven’t yet given any thought to where you are now in your recovery journey and where you’d like to be, this is a good exercise in self-improvement and discipline that will help you fully enjoy the benefits of a stable and sober life.

How to Stay Sober at NYE Parties

How to Stay Sober at NYE Parties stay sober at nye parties

Every December on New Year’s, many people overindulge and binge on alcohol to celebrate the upcoming year. In America, this behavior is often an annual tradition that people don’t think twice about before doing. However, if you’re sober, it doesn’t have to be your tradition and there are many other ways to celebrate.

Is Abstinence From Addictive Substances Necessary in Recovery?

Is Abstinence From Addictive Substances Necessary in Recovery? abstinence in addiction recovery

Many addiction recovery programs require complete abstinence from drugs and alcohol in recovery while others recommend moderation management instead. But what’s the difference between the two? Which one is better? And what are the benefits of complete abstinence from addictive substances?

How to Manage Holiday Stress in Recovery

How to Manage Holiday Stress in Recovery holiday stress in recovery

The holidays can be a tricky time to be in recovery, especially if you’re newly sober. With more travel, pressure-filled social engagements with family and friends, and increased financial strain, all the stress can quickly build up and make you more susceptible to relapse.

Where to Find LGBTQ+ Men’s Sober Living Homes in Austin

Where to Find LGBTQ+ Men’s Sober Living Homes in Austin lgbtq+ men's sober homes

Research studies have shown that LGBTQ+ men face distinct recovery challenges. The LGBTQ+ community endures unique psychological and social issues that can fuel addiction and give rise to isolation. Despite these challenges, it’s crucial that no one feels alone in their recovery journey.

How Sober Living Homes Help Prevent Relapse

How Sober Living Homes Help Prevent Relapse

Relapse is a real risk after rehab, so people in recovery should do everything they can to safeguard their sobriety. Sober living homes offer many great benefits that can help newly sober individuals sustain their recovery and establish healthy habits and relationships. If you’re considering enrolling yourself or a loved one in a sober living program, here are some of the most important ways they can help prevent relapse.

5 Myths About Relapse Debunked

5 Myths About Relapse Debunked

Not everyone will experience relapse in the same way, or at all! However, there are many harmful myths and ideas about relapse that are frequently spread and shared. Viewing these misconceptions as truth can be very damaging and may increase the likelihood that you’ll revert to a lifestyle of active addiction.

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