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Sober Celebrities

Sober Celebrities

Often, when celebrities and substance use appear in the news, it is because they have over-indulged and exhibited embarrassing or dangerous behavior. But a number of celebrities have sworn off alcohol and other drugs. Their reasons for doing so are various but often...
Understanding the 12 Steps

Understanding the 12 Steps

The 12 Steps The 12 Steps were initially created by the group Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) but are now used by programs that support people dealing with problems from ranging from substance abuse to eating disorders to gambling or sexual compulsions. Groups of this type...
Sharing Your Recovery Story

Sharing Your Recovery Story

When Should You Share Your Story? People share their addiction recovery stories for a number of reasons. Recognizing why you are sharing your story and who your audience is can help you decide how much you want to tell. Recovery Meetings It is very common in a...
HALTing Relapse

HALTing Relapse

HALT We know babies get fussy when they’re hungry. And a new word was invented to describe the rage a person can experience when ravenous. It quickly became such a cliché that Snickers used “hangry” people in their commercials to sell candy bars. Even so, we tend to...