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New Year, Same You?

New Year, Same You?

At the beginning of each new year, many of us resolve to live healthier. We pledge to ourselves to adopt a healthy ...
Interventions

Interventions

When we think about an intervention event, we often imagine this scenario: A group of caring family members and a ...
What Is A Sober Escort?

What Is A Sober Escort?

Andy Irons: Kissed By God illustrates the childhood, career, and ultimate tragically premature end to one of the ...
Recovery Is Freedom

Recovery Is Freedom

Consider for a moment the fact that tens of thousands of people are struggling with addiction and alcoholism in ...
Transitioning Back To Work After Recovery

Transitioning Back To Work After Recovery

We’re in either one of two positions when it comes to a job after treatment or during recovery. We either have a ...
Rock Bottom & The Wake-Up Call

Rock Bottom & The Wake-Up Call

JK Rowling, author of the world-famous Harry Potter saga once said, “Rock bottom became the solid foundation on ...
Thanksgiving On Recovery

Thanksgiving On Recovery

Life would be considerably easier if our feelings, emotions, thoughts, pasts, futures, and any other potentially ...
How Do Urine Screens Work For Monitoring?

How Do Urine Screens Work For Monitoring?

Screenings and regular urine testings are important components of a monitoring program for a loved one in recovery ...
When The Next Drink Is Life Or Death

When The Next Drink Is Life Or Death

“To drink is to die” is a phrase you’re bound to hear if you spend enough time in the rooms of 12-step fellowships ...
Slips vs. Relapse

Slips vs. Relapse

After years of repeating the same behaviors over and over again, we’re prone to falling back into old patterns ...
How Often Should I Go To Meetings After Treatment?

How Often Should I Go To Meetings After Treatment?

“Meeting makers make it” is a phrase you hear often “in the rooms” of 12-step recovery groups. The idea is simple: ...
Who Do I Put On My Release Of Information?

Who Do I Put On My Release Of Information?

Isolation is one of the biggest threats to our recovery, regardless of whether we are recovering from a chemical ...
New Year, Same You?

New Year, Same You?

At the beginning of each new year, many of us resolve to live healthier. We pledge to ourselves to adopt a healthy ...
Interventions

Interventions

When we think about an intervention event, we often imagine this scenario: A group of caring family members and a ...
What Is A Sober Escort?

What Is A Sober Escort?

Andy Irons: Kissed By God illustrates the childhood, career, and ultimate tragically premature end to one of the ...
Recovery Is Freedom

Recovery Is Freedom

Consider for a moment the fact that tens of thousands of people are struggling with addiction and alcoholism in ...
Transitioning Back To Work After Recovery

Transitioning Back To Work After Recovery

We’re in either one of two positions when it comes to a job after treatment or during recovery. We either have a ...
Rock Bottom & The Wake-Up Call

Rock Bottom & The Wake-Up Call

JK Rowling, author of the world-famous Harry Potter saga once said, “Rock bottom became the solid foundation on ...
Thanksgiving On Recovery

Thanksgiving On Recovery

Life would be considerably easier if our feelings, emotions, thoughts, pasts, futures, and any other potentially ...
How Do Urine Screens Work For Monitoring?

How Do Urine Screens Work For Monitoring?

Screenings and regular urine testings are important components of a monitoring program for a loved one in recovery ...
When The Next Drink Is Life Or Death

When The Next Drink Is Life Or Death

“To drink is to die” is a phrase you’re bound to hear if you spend enough time in the rooms of 12-step fellowships ...
Slips vs. Relapse

Slips vs. Relapse

After years of repeating the same behaviors over and over again, we’re prone to falling back into old patterns ...
How Often Should I Go To Meetings After Treatment?

How Often Should I Go To Meetings After Treatment?

“Meeting makers make it” is a phrase you hear often “in the rooms” of 12-step recovery groups. The idea is simple: ...
Who Do I Put On My Release Of Information?

Who Do I Put On My Release Of Information?

Isolation is one of the biggest threats to our recovery, regardless of whether we are recovering from a chemical ...

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