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The path toward recovery isn’t always linear


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Preventing a Relapse

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July 25, 2022

Drug and alcohol addiction is one of the most difficult struggles we can face, and the path toward recovery isn’t always linear. Addiction breaks us down piece by piece. During the recovery process, we try our hardest to reconstruct our lives to get back to normal. As with any…

How to Prioritize Mental Health During the Holidays


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How to Prioritize Mental Health During the Holidays

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December 23, 2021

As the holiday season continues, many people eagerly anticipate spending more time with family and friends, delectable holiday treats, and the joy and excitement of gift-giving. However, this isn’t a universal experience. While it may be the best time of year for some, many others dread the quickly impending…

Daily Reflections While in AA


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The Power of Daily Reflections While in AA

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September 16, 2021

When I first sought treatment for my alcohol dependency, it felt overwhelming. Admitting that I had a problem was the first step, but sometimes it seemed unimaginable and overwhelming  to even consider the other steps to follow. Luckily, Alcoholics Anonymous was an amazing group that gave me the tools…

Ideas for Maintaining Long-term Sobriety


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Ideas for Maintaining Long-term Sobriety

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April 27, 2021

If you are in recovery from a SUD (substance use disorder) with drugs or alcohol, you know just how challenging getting to that place has been — as do I! It’s no small feat for anyone, making the choice, doing the work and becoming sober. On the heels of…

Can Mindfulness Based Recovery Help Alcoholics Stay Sober?


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Can Mindfulness Based Recovery Help Alcoholics Stay Sober?

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April 16, 2021

There are many therapeutic benefits of practicing mindfulness and meditation. Many of these benefits affect many aspects of our lives. From experience, I can say that practicing mindfulness has transformed my own life in more ways than one. While you might think that meditation is only for yogis in…

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