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Is Alcohol used as Ammo in Sexual Assault?

They say we always hurt the ones we love the most, and too many young people have been raised in homes where that meant violence enacted against them or upon one parent from the other. Beyond that sexual assault is a terrible and tragic reality in the world today, claiming the lives of thousands of . . . . Continue Reading


6 Part Description of Female Alcoholism

Alcoholism and alcohol abuse is not by any means uncommon in this country. In fact it has become a relatively popular topic among researchers and scientists looking for new innovations in treatment, and alcoholism has spawn various recovery communities across the world that have worked for decades to change and improve the lives of those . . . . Continue Reading


11 Amazing Moments for Women in 2014

The past 365 days have brought us plenty of sad days and plenty of sunshine. 2014 has been an incredible year for innovations and inspiration on many levels, and in many ways some wonderful women have made a serious difference. In a society that is growing and learning we are lucky to have such awesome . . . . Continue Reading


Sexual Harassment on the Menu in Service Industry

The food service industry is not the only place that you can see sexual harassment showing up for every shift, but it is probably one of the occupations that sees it the most, and like clock-work there are excuses made as to why waitresses should dress to impress, and are suggested to seduce in order . . . . Continue Reading


Could “Back Burner” Relationships Be Harmful to Your Recovery?

There is a great amount of value in the relationships we cultivate in recovery and the way our personal development changes in these relationships. It has been said that in early recovery serious intimate relationships should be avoided during the initial growth process, to give time for real emotional stability. But when faced with romantic . . . . Continue Reading


What I Wish Every Sober Woman Knew- A Sober Man’s Perspective

Women are the most beautiful and complex miracles in the world. I was personally raised mostly by women, and had a very close connection to the idea of strong, independent, and spiritually fit women. Women in sobriety are incredible, especially those who share stories of emotion, expression, and solution. Some of the people with the . . . . 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


4 Ways Female Sex Addiction is Different From Male Sex Addiction

There is basically one similarity between female sex addiction and male sex addiction, which that neither men nor women sex and love addicts understand how to be intimate. That is, intimacy is lacking in their relationships. On the other hand, there are several major ways that female sex and love addicts are different from male . . . . Continue Reading