We’ve all heard the tragic news about Whitney Houston’s death. Sadly, she is being added to the list of countless others who have died from drug overdoses–Heath Ledger, Michael Jackson, North California teen Takeimi Rao… The sadness we sense at their loss, though, might cause us to reflect on some important reminders in our lives. … Read More
Living a life of recovery and sobriety can sometimes be a daily, moment-by-moment battle. Below are some posts and articles to help you realize a successful journey of recovery.
We just made it through trying to stay sober during the holidays. Whether we passed with flying colors or struggled, it’s a new year and we can stay sober, no matter how difficult, day by day. Here are 12 ways we can enjoy, rather than endure, sobriety every day in 2012. 1. Plan for Success … Read More
It’s here. A difficult time of the year—New Year’s Eve—for recovering addicts and their loved ones. Between the late night and non-stop partying, there is probably no night more difficult for recovering addicts than December 31st. How can you help your loved ones, recovering from their addiction, survive their first New Year’s Eve? Make Love … Read More
Holiday parties without liquid spirits may still seem to be a dreary prospect to new A.A’s. But many of us have enjoyed the happiest holidays of our lives sober–an idea we could never have dreamed of, wanted, or believed possible when drinking. Here are some tips for having an all-around ball without a drop of … Read More
We recently asked some of our friends on our Facebook page what tips they had for navigating the holiday season as a newly sober person. Thanks for all the responses! “Bring your OWN car to any gathering , so if things get uncomfortable you can leave.” – Tom Attend Alkathons and to surround yourself with sober people and your sponsor. –Nick … Read More