The Importance Of Understanding Cognitive Distortions in Sobriety & Everyday Life Alcohol addiction and abuse are never exclusively about the …
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Journaling is an excellent creative outlet for anyone going through a big life change like getting sober.
There’s no right or wrong way to do it.
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- Advocacy FOR or AGAINST any particular recovery program. If it works for you, do it!
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- Judgment if you relapse. It happens to the best of us.
The Dangers Of Black And White Thinking Do you ever catch yourself using extreme language for things that don't require it? Here's what I …
Today is Valentine's Day and that used to mean wayyyy too much to me. I loathed this day. It felt like the entire world was loud on purpose. …
I've said it before, but it bears repeating: sobriety can't fix everything. When you are in thralls of addiction and heavy drinking, it feels …
Relapse is part of recovery, right? We hear this a lot in the recovery community, but is it accurate? At the core of this message is an admission …
How I'd Get Sober Differently I recently celebrated three years of sobriety and could not be more grateful. I have a deliciously, somewhat boring …