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3 Reasons to Get Involved in an Alumni Program 25 Apr 2018

3 Reasons to Get Involved in an Alumni Program

For many of us, emerging from a life of addiction into a world of community, fellowship, and friendship is not something that we thought would come from getting clean and sober. However, we often find that the phrase, “You can’t…

Can Guided Meditation Help With Anxiety Disorders? 2 Apr 2018

Can Guided Meditation Help With Anxiety Disorders?

For people who struggle with anxiety disorders, it can sometimes feel like nothing but medication or substances can help them. However, there has been extensive research into the benefits and simplicity behind implementing guided meditation into their lives. Common Misconceptions…

6 Ways to Help Impulse Control in Sobriety 14 Mar 2018

6 Ways to Help Impulse Control in Sobriety

For anyone who has ever tried to control or manage their use, it is no secret that cravings will usually be their downfall. As addicts, we struggle with a constant romanticizing of drugs and alcohol, regardless of knowing the trouble…

Abstinence vs. Maintenance in Sobriety 14 Mar 2018

Abstinence vs. Maintenance in Sobriety

There is a big difference between white knuckling sobriety, and being happily and joyfully sober. Unfortunately, abstinence in sobriety is a pretty common thing, especially for those who haven’t found a program of recovery, and it can often lead to…

What is Alcoholic Thinking? 8 Feb 2018

What is Alcoholic Thinking?

In the world of sobriety, there are a lot of terms and phrases that get used pretty often that help describe our behaviors, our thought processes, and our actions. You’ve read the signs on the walls, the ones like, “Keep…

Getting Sober in a Sick, Unhealthy Marriage 2 Jan 2018

Getting Sober in a Sick, Unhealthy Marriage

So many people feel trapped in unhealthy marriages, and there are a lot of reasons why this can often happen. It never seems like something that will happen, but as time goes on, reasons pile up, resentments never get resolved,…

Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome 2 Jan 2018

Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome

A lot of people wonder why when they get sober, they can often still feel like they “aren’t quite there”. We assume that when we get sober, we should be back in tip-top shape by the time we are out…

Sober Home Crackdown Leading to Increase in Homelessness 26 Dec 2017

Sober Home Crackdown Leading to Increase in Homelessness

In July of 2016, Palm Beach County, Florida assembled a sober-homes task force consisting of treatment industry professionals, law enforcement officers and detectives and special agents, led by State Attorney David Aronberg. This task force was brought together in an…

PTSD: Addiction and Getting Sober 22 Dec 2017

PTSD: Addiction and Getting Sober

Many of us come into these rooms with a pretty gruesome past. For some, it could have been certain situations we found ourselves in physically, others can be struggling with emotional traumas, and others can be dealing with the fallout…

Staying Sober and Keeping Your Sanity During the Holidays 20 Dec 2017

Staying Sober and Keeping Your Sanity During the Holidays

If there is one sure fire way to test your serenity this holiday season, it is spending extensive amounts of time with family and around people who are ringing in the new year with booze and whatever else they may…

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