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What Sewers Say About Cocaine in Water

Apparently there is a pretty peculiar way that scientists have discovered they can estimate how much a particular drug is used in a city based on something that we all contribute to in one way or another, and while it seems a little gross, it makes sense to consider this, especially based on what might . . . . Continue Reading


Sin City to Host CA Convention

When someone thinks of Las Vegas- aka Sin City- is most known for vast casinos and hotels, a renowned city in Southern Nevada infamous for gambling, shopping, fine dining and a notorious nightlife. In general just celebrating all forms of vice, so it is the last place you would imagine when you talk about sobriety. . . . . Continue Reading


Jon Jones Speaks Out, Says He is NOT an Addict

Ultimate Fighting Championship light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has officially spoken for the first time publicly since it was in the news that he tested positive for cocaine in a recent drug test. Jones took responsibility for using cocaine late last year, but said he has never been more than a recreational user and insists that he . . . . Continue Reading


Kendra Wilkinson Talks about Her Near Deadly Overdose

Plenty of young starlets have found themselves in trouble over the years for problems concerning drugs and alcohol, and Playboy bunny models are not exception! Reality star and former Playboy bunny Kendra Wilkinson has opened up about a severe drug addiction during her teenage years that nearly destroyed her life, and even came close to killing her. . . . . Continue Reading


TV Series to Be Based on Cocaine Cowboys Documentary

Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer, action and drama gurus respectively, are teaming up to produce a TV series based on the critically-acclaimed documentary Cocaine Cowboys, according to Entertainment Weekly. Sources are conflicting on just what the TV series will be called. Some refer to the project as Cocaine Cowboys, having the same name as the . . . . Continue Reading


Drugorexia: Abusing Drugs to Lose Weight

Drugorexia is a serious and wretched issue, primarily concerning women and substance abuse. Society now is in a period that not only subjects women to the concept of the need for a perfect body image, but also the culture that promotes the use of illicit street drugs. So many women are resorting to dangerous methods . . . . Continue Reading


10 Signs You Are Using Relationships to Fill a Spiritual Void

  All you need is love. I am a firm believer this is the truth, the only problem is some people tend to believe that love has to be a romantic love. I believe wholeheartedly love is the essence of life, and it should be unconditional and without bias. That it is, in my opinion, . . . . Continue Reading


Women, Depression, and Addiction

  Addiction and depression are common coexisting conditions, and statistics show that women who struggle with substance abuse are at an even higher risk of depression. When a woman has a depressive disorder, it interferes with daily life and normal functioning, and causes pain for both the woman with the disorder and those who care . . . . Continue Reading


10 Signs You’re Not Really Willing To Go To Any Lengths For Your Sobriety

The first 2 questions my sponsor asked me, and the first 2 questions I always ask a sponsee are simple: Are you willing to go to any lengths for your sobriety? Are you willing to follow a few simple suggestions? The ironic thing is when you ask the first question, the person says yes, and . . . . Continue Reading


The 7 Most Surprising Things about Being Young in Recovery

  Recovery is no longer limited to an older crowd, and actually has had a growing young community for decades. Most young people who are addicts and alcoholics that are early in recovery usually do not know what to expect out of joining this community, and there are plenty of surprises in sobriety that you . . . . Continue Reading