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5 Ways to Deal with Difficult People in Recovery

Sometimes the recovery community has people who are less than friendly, and sometimes ‘normal’ people find it hard to be civil, and situations become stressful. As individuals in recovery we need to be mindful of the fact that not everyone is living the program we are living, and not everyone practices the principles we practice. . . . . Continue Reading


Alcoholism Explained

Alcoholism is infamously known as cunning, baffling, powerful among those of us more familiar with it. It is a disease of the mind, body, and spirit that claims the lives and happiness of so many people, and it is not always as easy to assess as most would assume. There are some common signs, and . . . . 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


7 Things I Learned in My First Year of Sobriety

Looking back on my first year of sobriety, there are many different things I learned that have a huge part of me being sober today. I’ve thought of 7 things I learned in my first year of sobriety that I find to be helpful to anyone – new in recovery or an old-timer! 7 Things . . . . Continue Reading


Holistic Drug Treatment in Florida

Holistic Drug Treatment in Florida is a unique approach to addiction recovery. In Holistic Drug Treatment they offer yoga, meditation, art therapy, massage therapy and mind, body and soul treatment. This type of treatment can be very effective since this is a three part illness. The approach focuses on the physiological, emotional and spiritual needs . . . . Continue Reading


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