Stephanie Hazard, Recovery Coach, on EXPRESSING MOTHERHOOD in early recovery. Overcoming fear based living, the disease of addiction, and finding fulfillment in a life of recovery.
Many questions have been recently posed to me on the use of self-disclosure as a tool in the delivery of recovery support services. The Lighthouse Recovery 365 recovery coaches use their experience strength and hope to guide you on your journey in recovery.
Mark O’Connor, Marketing Director and Admissions Lead of The Lighthouse, Defines Sober Living, Unveils The New Sober Living Home, and Sheds Light on Future Plans for Expansion.
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.