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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 Recovery Relationship Red Flags You’re Probably Ignoring

Sometimes (especially in recovery) we can be blind to the truth in a relationship and it can be hard to see the red flags or signs that things aren’t healthy. It’s difficult to take a step back and be able to judge a situation that you are emotionally attached to. Even if you are to . . . . Continue Reading


Working in the Field vs. Working a Program

A lot of people in recovery end up getting jobs at treatment centers, halfway houses and doing various things in recovery settings. It is such a wonderful gift to get sober and have the desire to help people in your everyday life as a career, but people need to also realize that there is a . . . . Continue Reading


10 Signs Your Relationship is Getting in the Way of Your Recovery

When we’re in a relationship and we are in love (or think we are), we tend to see everything through rose colored glasses. Most of the time, it’s because we don’t want to listen to our friends or our supports who are telling us what’s really going on. In my experience, most women in recovery . . . . Continue Reading


10 Reasons Being Single is Awesome

Whether you just got out of a relationship or you’ve been single for a while, at some point being single can feel lonely or miserable. Everyone always thinks it’s so much better being in a relationship and that the grass really is greener on the other side. There are so many amazing reasons for being single . . . . Continue Reading


Creating Healthy Boundaries

As women in recovery, it is very important that we practice creating healthy boundaries. Personally, this was a hard task for me to tackle in my recovery and is still something I struggle with daily. This could be for setting boundaries with friends, family, sponsor, sponsees, co-workers, boyfriends and the list could go on forever. . . . . Continue Reading


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