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6 Ways to Stay Sober at a Party

6 Ways to Stay Sober at a Party

You’re going to a celebration, so prepare yourself beforehand to stay sober at a party. You’re sober and would like to stay that way. Issues such as how you’re going to deal with the presence of alcohol, seeing others drink or the possibility that...
5 Benefits of a Pet During Recovery

5 Benefits of a Pet During Recovery

Early recovery is a challenging time as you develop and practice new habits and focus on using the skills you learned in treatment to help you stave off cravings and cope with stress and other triggers. Here are five ways having a pet during recovery can improve your...
Surgical Pain Relief for Those in Recovery

Surgical Pain Relief for Those in Recovery

Surgical pain relief for those in recovery presents major challenges. Surgery means that preoperative medication, anesthetic and postoperative painkillers are needed. When pain relief involves narcotic painkillers, someone in recovery for addiction can relapse back...
Handling Divorce in Recovery

Handling Divorce in Recovery

For some marriages, a spouse’s addiction is a contributing factor that ultimately leads to divorce. If you are going through a divorce in recovery, your life may seem more tumultuous than it’s ever been. By focusing on new beginnings and adhering to your...
Dealing with the Enabler in Your Family

Dealing with the Enabler in Your Family

Addiction is a disease, but not everyone understands this. Many people misunderstand what addiction or substance abuse is, and this misunderstanding could be enabling a close family member or friend to continue their destructive behavior. The classic enabler makes...
4 Habits to Strengthen Your Recovery

4 Habits to Strengthen Your Recovery

Healthy lifestyle changes are crucial for preventing a lapse or relapse in early recovery. Changing your habits to strengthen your recovery means making healthier choices across all domains of your life. Forming New Habits to Strengthen Your Recovery: Take It Slow...
What Is a Dry Drunk?

What Is a Dry Drunk?

What is a dry drunk? The term seems confusing at first, because “dry drunk” seems like a contradiction. How can someone be dry—not drinking—but be considered drunk? At first, glance, when we examine the question of what is a dry drunk, it seems this oxymoron implies...