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Mental Health Concerns In Long-term Recovery

Posted on July 15, 2020

Everyone is susceptible to the onset of mental illness in their lifetime. A variety of factors contribute to the development of mental illness, from life circumstances to chemical imbalances, to genetics and ancestry. Whatever causes our mental illness to arise, it is of critical importance that we learn to recognize the symptoms, receive a proper… Read On »

What to Do On a Friday Night

Posted on April 24, 2019

The fear of missing out is a very real experience during the first few months to the first year of recovery from drugs and alcohol. Our last drink or drug, our last drunk, high, as well as our last good time while intoxicated, is not far behind us. In our brain chemistry, the equation for… Read On »

Do I Have To Explain My Sobriety?

Posted on April 5, 2019

People can be persistent when it comes to demanding a reason for why someone doesn’t take a drink or participate in drinking. When we’re offered a drink and we say, in some form, “No,” we might be met with disbelief, argument, or even an attempt at persuading us to take a drink even though we… Read On »

Saying Yes To Life

Posted on April 4, 2019

If someone offered you a million dollars, chock free, without a single condition or attachment or tax to pay, would you take it? Your answer is probably yes, after you checked out every possible angle of a scam or scandal. What would you do with that million dollars? Chances are you’ve thought about it once… Read On »

Having Fun In Sobriety

Posted on April 3, 2019

Addiction to drugs and alcohol changes the chemistry of the brain by altering the circuitry that facilitates communication between one part of the brain to another. When drugs and alcohol metabolize in the bloodstream, they make their way through the liver and then toward the brain, crossing what is called the blood-brain barrier. Entering the… Read On »

The Sacrifices We Make for Sobriety

Posted on March 11, 2019

  In the depths of addiction, many of us settle for low standards and unstable relationships that can actually exacerbate our suffering. The discomfort of addiction becomes comfortable. As the illness consumes us, we may even develop other addictions, such as gambling or sex, in an effort to fill the void. We become complacent in… Read On »