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How Do I Prepare for the Holidays After Getting Sober?

Getting sober takes a lot of time, effort, energy, and willpower to maintain. You are proud of what you have been able to accomplish and the life that sobriety has

Songs to Listen to for Motivation in Recovery

There is a reason music is used to help humans heal from difficult times. Music can improve psychological functions in humans, such as regulating a person’s mood and encouraging relaxation.

Creating a Healthy Meal Plan in Recovery

When you are in rehab, you are on a strict schedule that involves multiple group sessions, individual therapy, three nutritious meals, a snack, exercise, and more. This daily routine is

The Best Online Support Groups For Staying Sober During COVID-19

COVID-19 has taken the world by storm and has left many feeling isolated, hopeless, and as if this situation will never end. Staying in quarantine for months on end for

Tracking Your Recovery: Best Apps for Addiction Recovery

Leaving treatment can leave you feeling overwhelmed and nervous. You may be anxious about what is to come and if you will be able to maintain your sobriety. However, you

How Do I Cope With Not Seeing My Parents for Months During COVID-19?

Quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has caused many individuals to be stuck far away from their families, not knowing when they will be able to see them again.

Support Groups for Loved Ones

Addiction has been classified as a family disease. This is because it not only affects the person going through active addiction, but it can also impact their friends and family.

Muscle Memory for Healing: Addiction Recovery

Addiction is a chronic disease that can rewire your brain by hijacking the reward circuit to produce more of the feel-good chemicals, causing the brain to crave drugs or alcohol

What To Do Once Rehab Ends

When you complete a rehab program, you are sure to be filled with excitement, happiness, anxiety, and more for what is to come. You may be unsure what the next

How to Create a Recovery Space in Your Own Home

Addiction is a chronic disease, meaning that even when treatment is complete, the work is never done. The recovering addict will have to work on maintaining sobriety every day of