5 Tips for Safeguarding Your Recovery During the Holidays

The holiday season can present unique challenges to those in recovery, including stress, unhealthy habits, and potential triggers. In this blog post, we’ll share five essential tips to help you protect your recovery and maintain your sobriety during the holiday season. No matter the event or gathering, prioritize your recovery by planning. This could involve […]

Addiction is a Disease: Destigmatizing the Term “Addict”

Someone dies from a drug overdose every 7.5 minutes in the United States, according to the latest figures from the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA). This is nearly a 100% increase since 2010. These deaths mean orphaned children, childless parents, and crushed spouses. By understanding and destigmatizing addiction, those numbers can be reduced. When […]

How to Talk About Addiction to Your Family and Friends

How to talk about addiction to your family and friends. When you come to terms with your addiction and decide to seek treatment, you probably want to talk to your family and friends about your plans. Understandably, you might feel anxious when you think about talking to your loved ones about your alcohol or opioid […]

Why Are the Holidays So Stressful for People in Recovery?

  The holidays are supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year. For those of us in recovery, however, the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day can be a time of increased anxiety, temptation, and potential backsliding. The holiday season has a unique ability to bring out the best and the worst […]

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