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Sobriety & Life: A Celebrity’s Experience
Nov 3, 2022

Alcohol consumption is widely acceptable, legal to purchase for those 21-years and older, and is part of many social events both personally and professionally. However, excessive consumption can be harmful to one’s health and dangerous to others should an individual operate a motor vehicle while under the influence. And those individuals who are battling an […]

Can Music Lead to Sobriety?
Oct 20, 2022

Music therapy is a way to help those who have struggled with substance misuse and are now in treatment living their life in sobriety. This type of therapy is the use of music and the therapeutic relationship to create connection to oneself and to motivate change while learning to live a life of long-term sobriety. […]

Alcoholism & Sobriety: A Chef’s Perspective
Sep 22, 2022

“Sobriety” holds various meanings to different people. Likewise, the thought of consuming alcohol can hold different meanings to different individuals as well. For some, it’s an enjoyable social activity done amongst friends at dinner, in front of a football game, or with colleagues at a nearby Happy Hour. For others, a case of beer or […]

Benefits of Aromatherapy in Addiction Recovery
Jul 14, 2021

One of the key components of addiction recovery is learning how to resist triggers and cope with the emotional and physical discomforts that used to drive us to drink and/or use. Holistic activities that promote harmony and balance between the mind and body, such as yoga, meditation, acupuncture, and music therapy, are excellent tools for […]

4 Benefits of Cooking in Recovery
Jun 29, 2021

For people in early addiction recovery, finding new and interesting activities to engage in that do not involve alcohol and drugs can be a challenge. But incorporating one or more sober hobbies into your new lifestyle can help strengthen your recovery and improve your overall quality of life. Honing your cooking skills is an excellent […]

How to Support Your Loved One When They Are in Addiction Treatment
Jun 21, 2021

When you have a loved one with a substance use disorder, it can be both a relief and a challenging time when they enter drug and alcohol addiction treatment/rehab. You may feel helpless and confused about how to best support your loved one while they are in rehab and once they come home. As their […]

What Is HALT? The Dangers of Being Hungry, Angry, Lonely or Tired
Jun 16, 2021

If you’ve attended rehab programs or gone to 12-step meetings, you may have heard people use the term HALT. An acronym for Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired, it’s a tool used to remind people of four of the most common stressors in recovery. While they may seem obvious, these basic needs can be easy to overlook […]

Recovery Spotlight: Steven Tyler
Jun 2, 2021

Steven Tyler is one of the most well-known rockers alive. Since first rising to fame in the 1970s as frontman for the band Aerosmith, he’s responsible for a long list of iconic songs, from “Dream On” and “Sweet Emotion” to “Walk This Way,” “Janie’s Got a Gun,” and “Love in an Elevator.” But for all […]

Why Journaling is a Powerful Recovery Tool
May 12, 2021

Of the many helpful tools you can use to aid you in your recovery, keeping a journal is among the easiest and most powerful. It’s easy in the sense that you can do it pretty much anywhere, at any time. All you need to start journaling in recovery is a piece of paper and a […]

How to Stay Sober if Your Friends Drink
May 11, 2021

Whether you’ve been in recovery for years or you’ve just started the path to sobriety, you probably know how hard it can be to stay sober if your friends drink. After all, alcohol isn’t known as one of the most commonly used social lubricants for nothing. One of the most difficult things about getting sober […]

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