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Gratitude lists and how they can change your perspective 26 Aug 2016

Gratitude lists and how they can change your perspective

We are often told in the rooms to practice an “attitude of gratitude”. When I first heard this I thought it meant being polite, and saying thank you when someone did something for me. Thanks to good sponsorship and trial…

Healthy Outlets in Sobriety for Negative and Difficult Emotions 19 Aug 2016

Healthy Outlets in Sobriety for Negative and Difficult Emotions

Living a sober life is a wonderful and enriching change for addicts and alcoholics. However, it is easy for us at times to assume that because we are sober that everything will be all sunshine and rainbows. When things don’t…

How to Manage Stress in Sobriety 19 Aug 2016

How to Manage Stress in Sobriety

Getting sober is a crazy and exciting time full of changing emotions and new experiences. We hear people in meetings talk about how great their lives are even through divorce, deaths, bankruptcy, you name it. I always thought these people…

What Won’t Keep You Sober: Mistakes to Watch For 15 Aug 2016

What Won’t Keep You Sober: Mistakes to Watch For

We came to our fellowship to find a new way to live. After years of mental anguish and horrible abuse on our bodies, we finally decided to come into the rooms. Thankfully, we are endlessly supplied with tips to help…

The Realities of the Pink Cloud 15 Aug 2016

The Realities of the Pink Cloud

Congratulations! You have been given the gift of desperation and became willing to make one of the biggest changes of your life; getting sober. If you have any length of sobriety at this point then I’m sure you are aware…

Prevent A Relapse: Educate Yourself Here 5 Aug 2016

Prevent A Relapse: Educate Yourself Here

Okay so you’ve been through treatment and as you look back, maybe a lot of your group sessions have become a blur. Don’t remember anything about the relapse prevention group you had week one? Well, no worries! Here’s a basic…

Replacing One Addiction With Another and Why it Never Works. 1 Aug 2016

Replacing One Addiction With Another and Why it Never Works.

When I first came into the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous, I figured I was going to learn how to drink like normal people. I couldn’t wait to have one glass of wine with dinner at Christmas and be able to…

Why a Big Ego Will Ruin Your Recovery 29 Jul 2016

Why a Big Ego Will Ruin Your Recovery

It’s not very difficult to become an addict. The only essential precursor to addiction is the continuous use or abuse of mind-altering substances. Many people assume that only substance abusers become addicts, but it’s exceedingly common for people taking prescription…

What Resentments Do To The Mind And Body 26 Jul 2016

What Resentments Do To The Mind And Body

No matter how long you have been in recovery, there’s one thing you have probably heard over and over again: Resentments are bad for you. Before recovery, you probably didn’t think much about them. You probably knew who and what…

Recovery is a Journey Not A Destination 26 Jul 2016

Recovery is a Journey Not A Destination

It wasn’t all that long ago that addiction was believed to be a character defect and moral failing rather than the disease we know it as today. People who exhibited problematic substance abuse problems were considered to be bad people…

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