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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 Loneliness Can Get In The Way Of Sobriety

How Loneliness Can Get In The Way Of Sobriety

Feelings of loneliness in sobriety may not seem like they have the potential to cause relapse, but they’re more powerful than you might think. Evidence from research studies shows loneliness is one of the psychological variables related to high-risk behavior like substance abuse. As a result, people in recovery may relapse when they feel lonely because they may be more likely to revert to old behaviors in moments of weakness

How to Stay Connected While Social Distancing

How to Stay Connected While Social Distancing recovering addict try to stay connected while the pandemic

Although many of the nationwide stay-at-home orders may soon be coming to an end, the new coronavirus remains a very real threat that is easily spread from person to person. As a result, local and national government officials are still recommending that people maintain strict social distancing practices. While this may be good news for […]

Last Minute Tips for Sober 4th of July Fun

Last Minute Tips for Sober 4th of July Fun friends having a sober 4thof July

Are you planning on staying in this 4th of July because you’re just not sure how to celebrate sober? While it’s unrealistic to assume all your friends’ cookouts and parties will be alcohol-free, you should know that you don’t have to stay cooped up inside in an effort to stay sober.

How to Use Your EAP Benefits in Addiction Recovery

How to Use Your EAP Benefits in Addiction Recovery client using EAP benefits for rehab

Updated on July 20th, 2020 An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can be extremely helpful for people who are employed and actively addicted or are recovering from addiction. If you’re currently employed and recovering from a substance use disorder, your employer may provide an EAP that you can use to access recovery support resources and treatment.

Do’s and Don’ts of Visiting a Loved One in Sober Living

Do’s and Don’ts of Visiting a Loved One in Sober Living father visiting son in sober living

If your loved one is currently living in a sober living home, there may come a time when you want to visit. This scenario can be complex for many reasons, but in this blog, we’ll provide several helpful tips for visiting a loved one in sober living.

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