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Is Hope a Cornerstone of Recovery?

Getting sober and staying sober could be one of the most difficult tasks that you will have to endure in your recovery. You must learn how to get from point A to point B without knowing how to navigate the bumps in the road that come your way. Without hope that there is something betterRead More

Ways to Jump Back from a Relapse

When someone who trying to stay sober finds themselves relapsing yet again, commonly they feel like they will never figure out the secret to success in recovery. If you are reading this and have had a relapse, you must already be into solution with trying something to better yourself in recovery. Keep moving forward withRead More

Life Skills: Learning to Love Yourself

Addiction will rob you of any love you have left for yourself. The lengths you most likely went to obtain your drugs and alcohol can relinquish your self-esteem due to the surreptitious nature of the beast. During this process, you can completely lose yourself and feel unworthy of receiving love from anyone including from within.Read More

Why Gratitude is so Important for Recovery

Gratitude is not just one thought that comes into a person’s brain. Rather gratitude consists of adapting a state of mind that becomes an integral part of the body, the mind, and the soul. The definition of gratitude is the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for. Having a mentality of gratefulness canRead More

Jayson Williams: Rebounding in Recovery

From covering up the shooting of his limo driver to allegations of abusing his wife to drunk driving, Jayson William has had his share of consequences caused by his addiction to alcohol. After years of beating himself up with substance abuse, in 2016 Williams finally saw the light into recovery. Jayson Williams is known asRead More

Class of 2008: Tim McGraw Celebrates 10 Years

Seeing Tim McGraw live on stage, you would never know that he used to drink alcohol to calm his nerves before his shows and continue drinking to keep from getting the shakes caused by withdrawal. The country singer tried to find liquid courage just about every time he sang in front of a big crowdRead 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

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

Is There Instant Gratification in Recovery?

With the send button on your phone and a click with your computer mouse, you have probably gotten used to getting what you want when you want it. Technology has shown you the effect of instant gratification and if you have abused drugs and alcohol, you have experienced some instant gratification in numbing out. OnceRead More