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The Benefits of Self-Talk

Do you talk to yourself? If you don’t, maybe you should start. Turns out, talking to yourself is not that crazy after all. Various articles have concluded that self-talk has immense mental health benefits. When you talk to yourself, you are paying attention to the person that matters the most: you. Talking to yourself is . . . . Continue Reading


Seven Nutrition Tips to Keep You Sober

If you are in addiction recovery, it may be tempting to allow yourself to indulge in all the junk food you can eat. After all, you have your addiction to tackle, why take on the stress of monitoring your food when you could be eating whatever you want? Well, evidence suggests that eating habits can . . . . Continue Reading


7 Myths About Recovery That Are Probably Making You Feel Like You’re Doing it Wrong

You’re clean. You’re sober. Life is grand. And then, life shows up on life’s terms. It’s important to remember that you are more than just an addict in recovery. You’re also a human being. The human experience is multi-dimensional: we have thoughts, feelings, dreams (as in nighttime), goals, beliefs, experiences…language is too limiting to even . . . . Continue Reading


4 Ways to Help Your Child Stay Clean

Your child has recently returned from a treatment program for substance abuse and addiction. You may think they’re in the clear now that they’ve gotten the drugs out of their system and had about a month away from their friends. The truth of the matter is that addiction is a life-long condition that requires ongoing . . . . 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


Women’s Drug Rehab in Cape Coral

Drug Addiction and Alcoholism are overall terms for issues with alcohol or drugs and is commonly used to mean obsessive and uninhibited drinking or using of drugs; frequently to the damage of the individual’s well-being, personal associations, and social standings. Women’s drug rehab in Cape Coral can be very helpful for women and can help . . . . Continue Reading


10 Signs You Need to Get Back on Your Program

We all go through rough times in our recovery, it’s perfectly normal to not always have it all together. But, when does it become an issue and a danger to your sobriety? I’ve thought of 10 signs you need to get back on your program. 10 Signs You Need to Get Back on Your Program… . . . . Continue Reading


10 Signs it’s time to find a new sober house

It can be really challenging to know when it’s time to make some changes in your sober living environment. My best advice is to speak with your sponsor and supports and get their opinion but I’ve made a list of 10 signs it’s time to find a new sober house. 10 Signs it’s time to . . . . Continue Reading


5 Signs You Need to Up Your Spiritual Game

As they say, a program of recovery depends on getting in touch with your spirituality. After all, addiction is three-fold: it’s a physical allergy, mental obsession, and spiritual malady. Getting clean and sober and continuing to abstain from drinking or using takes care of the first two things but, it’s the third aspect – spirituality . . . . Continue Reading


5 Expectations That Will Only Lead to Resentment

via wifflegif.com Having expectations is treading in dangerous territory. I know, it’s easier said than done to not have any expectations – after all, it’s human nature to form ideas and preconceived notions of people and situations. However, if you are not aware that you are doing this, these expectations will certainly run amok. Here are . . . . Continue Reading


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