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What Exactly Does My Thinking Have to do with My Drinking?

The thoughts that spin in an alcoholic mind can be rather disheartening. In fact, people in recovery programs have been heard stating that “their brain is out to get them”. The reason why the alcoholic brain is important to call out in this capacity is because without stating the obvious, you may continue to listenRead More

WWE Diva Comes Out About Addiction

The show Total Divas on the E! Channel has had its share of women wrestlers, known as WWE Divas, come and go. One those interesting Divas that had controversy in and out the ring was one who was known for her fiery red hair named Eva Marie. On several episodes where others are drinking, EvaRead More

When Do I Change My Emotions in Recovery?

One of things you will hear in a 12-Step program is that you can change at any time which also includes change to your emotions. When you first get sober or go through different stages in your life throughout your sobriety, you may find it impossible to reign in your emotions because you feel likeRead More

Why Journaling in Recovery is the Write Thing to Do

A great recovery tool to get to know yourself much better is journaling. There are amazing benefits from simply sitting down and noting whatever comes into your mind. With the all of thoughts that travel through the space in your head, journaling is one way to organize the endless mishmash of ideas, dreams, goals, successes,Read More

How Do You Enlarge Your Spirituality?

Change is inevitable for a person who decides to get sober. One of the suggestions when working the Steps in a 12-Step program is learning how to enlarge someone’s spiritual life. Sometimes figuring out what to do with the spiritual part of a recovery program can be daunting to someone who has not ever hadRead More

The Truth about Ambien Texting

Last month Roseanne Barr tweeted some racial slurs about Valerie Jarrett, the senior advisor to the President of the United States Barack Obama. Her ABC show was canceled in the meantime from zero tolerance of racism. Her excuse – Ambien texting. Sleep texting has become a legitimate concern for those who are taking Ambien toRead More

The Chris Herren Story: Rebounding from Addiction

No matter what walk of life someone comes from, addiction has most likely made its way there. From actors, to teachers, to teens, to professional athletes, addiction can become apparent with anyone who is susceptible to getting a substance abuse disorder. The former point guard, Chris Herren, who played in the NBA from 1999-2006, hadRead More

Do I Have a Choice in My Addiction?

If you are struggling with drugs and alcohol you may feel like you are out of choices. One of the most detrimental choices you can have in your recovery is whether you should keep drinking and using or should you get sober. If you continue down the path you are going in your addiction, youRead More

I am a Newlywed and Newly Sober. How Do I Deal with My In-Laws?

The age-old battle with the in-laws has been around for centuries. There are endless jokes about in-laws, especially an overbearing mother-in-law, which are often true. Blending two families together that have different ways of coexisting with each other could mean friction in many obtuse situations. Someone that just got sober and just got married couldRead More

Guide to a Sober Summer of Fun Activities

Summer is the time for people to go crazy with fun. With the sunshine on point, the kids out of school, and vacations on the horizon, there is nothing better than loading up on some summer enjoyment. There is entertainment for you to take stock in that will not only be fun, but you canRead More

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