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COVID-19: Reasons to Be Reassured

Friday, March 27, 2020

The global spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus, has become a source of daily stress and anxiety for many of us. What may have seemed like an abstract fear only a few weeks ago has now tangibly affected nearly every aspect of daily life, as schools are closed indefinitely, major...


Top Sober Spring Activities in Prescott, Arizona

Friday, March 20, 2020

Spring has finally chased winter away, and though the weather may still be unpredictable, it’s the perfect opportunity to get out and explore everything Prescott has to offer. With awe-inspiring scenery and a thriving cultural scene, this city has something for everyone. What are some top sober things to see and do this...


Is Mindfulness More Effective for Women?

Friday, March 13, 2020

Mindfulness can be an excellent habit for anyone to develop, but some research suggests women get more benefits from a mindfulness practice when it comes to reducing negativity and boosting self-esteem. In one study, a team at Brown University tracked the meditation habits of a group of 77 students for 12 weeks and...


How to Manage Pain Without Opioids

Friday, March 6, 2020

Almost all American adults have experienced pain at some point in life. Whether you injure yourself in an accident or have chronic pain as a symptom of an illness, you are probably willing to try anything that will bring you relief. However, the national spotlight on the opioid epidemic...


All-Natural Ways Women Can Combat Seasonal Depression

Friday, February 28, 2020

Has it started to feel as if it’s been winter forever, and spring is nowhere in sight? Have you been irritable, tired and generally unmotivated? You may be living with a form of depression called seasonal affective disorder, also known as the “winter blues.” Doctors have yet to pinpoint...


Addressing Your Fears of Getting Sober

Friday, February 21, 2020

Tragically, many people struggling with addiction recognize the harm it has on their life, but allow fears about sobriety to hold them back from getting the help they need. Admitting to yourself and others can be frightening enough in and of itself, but you might also be afraid that you will no longer...


How Do You Know If You’re Continuing to Grow in Recovery?

Friday, February 14, 2020

At various stages of your recovery process, it can be helpful to take stock of how you’re doing and ensure you are continuing to make progress. If you don’t periodically evaluate the “vital signs” of your sobriety, you might get stuck in a rut, where you’re not playing as active a role in...


4 Surprising Challenges of Early Recovery

Friday, February 7, 2020

Once you get discharged from addiction treatment, you will begin putting the things you learned to work in earnest. At first, it might feel foreign to navigate the world without the crutch of substance use holding you back, but you will soon realize how much better you feel in every aspect of your...


How to Identify Toxic People

Friday, January 24, 2020

Sometimes, we encounter people who match the description of a “toxic person” – someone with whom your relationship does more harm than good. Dealing with such a person can be emotionally draining as you try to keep up with their demands. If every interaction with someone in your life...


Practicing Kindness in Addiction Recovery

Friday, January 17, 2020

Addiction is a cruel disease that can strip away all you hold dear, including your health, your happiness and your relationships with loved ones. Once you commit to working on your recovery, one of the first things you’ll need to re-learn is how to be kind – both to yourself and to those...


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