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Keys to Having a Healthy Relationship in Sobriety

Companionship is important to have in your daily life. When you were in the throes of your addiction, attempting to maintain healthy relationships was nearly impossible. You were of little use to those around you while you were under the influence. Now that you are in participating in recovery and your life again, you shouldRead 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

Reasons to Celebrate National Picnic Month in Recovery

July is known as national picnic month and what better way to participate than to go outside and enjoy some delicious food in the summertime weather. With a little planning of food, drink. plasticware, napkins, and plates, you can be setup on a picnic in no time. Pack up your basket and find a locationRead More

How to Face Your Feelings Sober

One of the main reasons why you probably drink, and use is to avoid the feelings that make you feel lousy and worthless. Any trauma and abuse that you may have endured in the past can create adverse feelings that will continue to stay with you in your present moment. Although you may think thatRead More

Tips for Better Self-care

When you think of self-care, you may think of things that you wish you could do to help make your life more peaceful and enjoyable. Putting other people’s needs before your own may be a pretty common occurrence for you, but the reality is that you are not helping them to the best of yourRead More

4 Reasons to Stay Sober This Summer

Now that the summer is here in full force, you have many reasons to stay sober. Summer is typically known to be the season of fun because kids are out of school, the weather is beautiful for so many outdoor activities, and summer is a popular time for people go on vacation. Many people foreseeRead More

4 Things That Are Important to Do After Rehab

You may have found yourself some security from your addiction while you were surrounded by the walls of your rehabilitation facility to receive the help that you desperately needed. Unfortunately, the road to recovery does not end here. Now that you have made it out of treatment, there are some important things that you needRead More

How Do I Maintain Sobriety Through My Retirement?

People typically begin to retire on average around the ages between 59-64. Some people begin the process of retirement around 59.5 because that is the age that they can start taking money of out their 401k without incurring a 10 percent penalty. Others retire at the age of 62 because that is when they canRead More

Can You Attend Coachella Sober?

As the springtime comes into full swing, so do the music festivals. One of the most anticipated musical festivals of the year is Coachella. The Empire Polo Club in Indio, California fills up with 200,000 attendees each year for a two-weekend music and art festival that is rampant with people that are under the influenceRead More