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New Movement Gives Up Anonymity to Take Stigma Out of Addiction

Public opinion on the disease of addiction is by far misinformed and widely unnoticed as an idea based on stigma and stereotypes. Just the word addiction often stirs the imagination of those who are unfamiliar with the illness to draw all types of conclusions based on everything from racial and cultural differences to things like . . . . 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

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

10 Things to Remember During Early Sobriety

Being a woman in early sobriety can be very hard at times but it does get better. There are many tips on how to stay sane and sober. I made a list of 10 things to remember during early sobriety. 10 Things to Remember During Early Sobriety: 1. It’s all about progress not perfection; take . . . . Continue Reading

Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Death Shows Us That Knowledge Means Nothing

With the recent passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman, it just goes to show all of us addicts that when it comes to being sober and in recovery – knowledge means nothing! As addicts and alcoholics, we are very intelligent people but that will only get us so far and sometimes can even be negative for . . . . Continue Reading

Drug Rehab for Women in Fisher Island, FL

When searching for a rehab specifically goaled towards helping out the needs of women, drug rehab for women in Fisher Island, FL could be the perfect choice for you. In this rehab they make sure you are fully detoxed, have you go to treatment and offer aftercare. Drug Rehab for Women in Fisher Island, FL: . . . . Continue Reading

5 Things to Do Before You Go Home for Thanksgiving

I get it, you’ve been away from home “x” amount of days, weeks, months and now that it’s the ultimate family holiday – Thanksgiving, you can’t wait to go home and be with your family, get an awesome – the best, actually, home-cooked meal and, perhaps see some of your friends. Well, pump your brakes. . . . . Continue Reading

What Rehab is Really Like – A Woman’s Perspective

I’ve already said this before and many times at that but, I will say it again: going to rehab for me was like waking up on Christmas morning – awesome. I say this because I was completely done with running and being sick, falling apart inside and out. And it was comforting to be in . . . . Continue Reading

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