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Paris Jackson Reveals Struggle with Alcoholism and Fame

Paris Jackson, the 17-year old daughter of the late Michael Jackson, recently took a stand against the negativity on her Instagram. She expressed her thoughts about the outlandish requests and expectations she felt from fans. In the process, she revealed that she attends Alcoholic Anonymous meetings regularly. In the now-deleted Instagram post, she wrote: “This . . . . Continue Reading


The 3 Most Common Criticisms of AA

I have to say; when I was first assigned this article, I had one thing to say about writing it- NEVER! I say that because as much as I respect and owe 12 Steps I did not even want to dignify such criticisms with an article. Then when I looked into criticisms of AA and . . . . Continue Reading


7 Things To Do Before Taking Prescription Drugs in Recovery

“But this does not mean that we disregard human health measures. God has abundantly supplied this world with fine doctors, psychologists, and practitioners of various kinds. Do not hesitate to take your health problems to such persons.” —-The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, page 133 There are a lot of opinions swirling around regarding the . . . . Continue Reading


Movie Review: The Anonymous People

  “People don’t recover in treatment; people initiate recovery in treatment. People will recover in their communities.” — The Anonymous People, documentary —————————————————————————— The movie The Anonymous People is an independent feature-length documentary about the 23 million Americans – approximately – who are living in long-term recovery from alcohol and drug addictions. It reveals the . . . . Continue Reading


Substance Abuse Treatment for Women in Key West

Drug Addiction and Alcoholism are overall terms for problems with alcohol or drugs and is typically used to mean compulsive and uninhibited drinking or using of drugs; generally to the annihilation of the person’s well-being, personal relations, and social standings. Substance abuse treatment for women in Key West can be very helpful for women and . . . . Continue Reading


6 Sobriety Hacks You Need to Know

Looking for some tips to spice up your daily recovery routine? Here are 6 sobriety hacks you need to know. #1. Sober apps Technology doesn’t have to be “cold” and impersonal. In fact, it can be a great tool for the modern day person and especially for those of us in recovery as there are . . . . Continue Reading


8 Qualities to Look For in a Sponsor

What is a Sponsor? Having a sponsor is perhaps the most powerful tool to have in order to be successful at recovery. A sponsor is someone who offers guidance and support to a sponsee, particularly when it comes to working the steps. Your sponsor not only guides you through the steps but also helps you navigate . . . . Continue Reading


5 Steps for Dating a Normie

When it comes to dating in recovery, it can be very tricky and different. You are now sober and have a different level of awareness than when you were in active addiction. There are so many tips out there on dating someone in the program; but what about dating a normie? The situation is completely . . . . Continue Reading


5 Ways to Recognize a Predator in AA

When you first come into sobriety, it is usually advised that you do not get into a relationship. This has to do with the fact that you’re very newly sober and you should be focusing on yourself. There are many guys in the rooms of AA, CA or NA that are predators that you have . . . . Continue Reading


Women’s Alcoholism Treatment in Florida

Studies suggest that about forty percent of the nation’s addicted people are women. What makes women’s alcoholism treatment in Florida a good choice? Not only is Florida the recovery capital of the world, but there are many recovery centers that specialize in treatment for women. Women’s alcoholism treatment in Florida: Alcoholism affects women differently The . . . . Continue Reading


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