Heather Sinclair shares a glimpse of her recovery journey. What living sober means to her and why gratitude and connections with sober women is vital to walking fulfillment in recovery
Drinking Alcohol to excess and binge drinking (too much on a single occasion) over a long time has short-term and long-term health and social risks. Learn how this affects you…
Learning to live life in recovery requires commitment. Disconnecting from old peer relationships which could influence you to use causes stress and grief. Residingin in a sober living home will help you to establish healthy peer relationships and thrive in early recovery.
Understanding common relapse warning signs and symptoms is vital to growing and maintaining fulfillment in long term recovery.
What are the differences between a 12-Step Sponsor and a Recovery Coach and why both are instrumental to achieving long-term happiness in recovery.
Give yourself a break. Self-compassion assists you in creating positive habits. These habits will help alleviate the stress throughout the day. Anxiety is a common result of overworked and overwhelmed body and mind. Recognizing these feelings will help you take a step back and breathe before damage to your health takes hold.
Using HALT can be the difference between sustaining recovery and relapse.
A Recovery Coaching Smartphone App can never replace your recovery coach. Recovery is achieved thru human connections, belonging, and acceptance. An App is helpful, but it also deters you from connecting with others.
You worked hard to reach fulfillment in a life of recovery, so guarantee you continue to grow each day by packing these 13 tips in your carry-on luggage and travel sober.
Make your spouse’s transition back into his personal and professional life from a sober living home stress-free, uncomplicated, and comfortable with these 5 tips.
Making a Commitment to Rise Above Fear-Based Living and Thrive in a Lifestyle of Recovery – Ian Winer Guest Post
In this Guest Post, Ian Winer describes how he pushed through fear-based living to overcome his alcohol use disorder.