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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.

Life After Sober Living: 5 Tips to Help You Move On Successfully

Life After Sober Living: 5 Tips to Help You Move On Successfully Woman smiling in a suit

The journey of recovery is an incredibly personal one that will vary widely from person to person, and there’s no way to predict the amount of time you will need to stay at your sober living home. However, every sober living resident will eventually have to move out and on when they feel capable of living […]

Sober Spring: Fun Things to do in Austin

Sober Spring: Fun Things to do in Austin Two sober friends having fun reading and relaxing in a hammock

Springtime in the Austin area is in full swing, and now is the time to get out and enjoy everything that it has to offer. If this is your first ‘Sober Spring’ or you are in early recovery, it’s important to know that while it will be different than in the past, that doesn’t mean it will be any less exciting or eventful.

How Resentment Can Derail Sobriety

How Resentment Can Derail Sobriety resentment in recovery

Feelings of resentment can be toxic when they’re allowed to fester and grow. The Big Book itself states, “Resentment is the number one offender. It destroys more alcoholics than anything else.” As a result, it’s important for people in recovery to take notice of resentment, use it as a learning tool, and handle it healthily to put it to rest.

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.

Why Is Relapse More Common During the Holiday Season?

Why Is Relapse More Common During the Holiday Season? relapse during the holidays

The holidays can be a stressful time for everyone, not just for people in recovery. And with stress being one of the main factors that increases the risk of relapse, it’s easy to see why relapse might be more common during the holidays.

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 to Cope When a Loved One Relapses

How to Cope When a Loved One Relapses how to cope when a loved one relapses

Watching a loved one relapse is extremely painful. Unfortunately, relapse happens sometimes. It’s normal to feel a wide range of emotions, such as anger, confusion, sadness, and hopelessness. Despite it being a challenging situation, there is still hope for your loved one. A relapse doesn’t mean they can’t fully recover from addiction.

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.

Where to Meet Sober Friends in Colorado Springs, CO

Where to Meet Sober Friends in Colorado Springs, CO sober friends have lunch together

When you get sober, it takes time to rebuild your social life. Socializing sober might not be first on your priority list, but as you get more comfortable in your sobriety, it’s important to make an effort to get social. Letting go of old, harmful relationships and building new, healthy ones is a process. Although […]

Sober in the City: A Guide to Sober Living Homes and Halfway Houses in Houston, TX

Sober in the City: A Guide to Sober Living Homes and Halfway Houses in Houston, TX sober living house in Houston

Continued success in sobriety isn’t just something that happens on its own. It’s a product of intentional decisions, commitment, and support. A sober living home can act as a safe haven for people who recently got sober and are looking for a new, fresh start in recovery. Whether you’re a current resident of Houston or […]

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.

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