Should Celebrities Make their Sobriety Public?

In blog December 17th, 2018 No Comments

Often people in the public eye try to maintain as much of their life private as they can and don’t reveal personal details about themselves. Going through an addiction, hitting rock bottom and recovering can seem shameful to some and they may not feel ready to talk about it. However, for those celebrities who are…


Sobriety and Spirituality

In blog March 10th, 2018 No Comments

Recovering from an addiction can be difficult both emotionally and physically especially if you have had a substance abuse problem for a long time. There are numerous aspects of a person’s health that must be addressed if they are attempting to learn how to live permanently sober. Recovery means focusing not only on mental and…


Getting Up and Trying Again: How to Get Back on the Road to Sobriety

In blog February 16th, 2018 No Comments

In a perfect world, everyone who tried to quit an addiction would never slip back into their old habits. However, addiction is a disease that can stay with a person the rest of their life even if they think they have beaten it. Relapse is a reality that many people have to deal with but…


Do I Need to Celebrate My Sobriety Birthday?

In blog January 15th, 2018 No Comments

  People all choose to celebrate significant life events such as marriages, birthdays, anniversaries and other important dates. In the recovery community, people also place great importance on milestones in sobriety that show personal growth and progress. The day that you first quit substance abuse is known as your “sobriety birthday”. The reason that people…


Ed Sheeran on Drinking and Performing

In blog August 23rd, 2017 No Comments

Pop star and songwriter Ed Sheeran is known for his energetic solo performances with only an acoustic guitar and a loop pedal as his accompaniment. Since he shot from obscurity to become one of the biggest selling artists in the world he has experienced the rollercoaster of sudden fame. Sheeran is a fun-loving party boy…


5 Tips on Dealing with a Family Gatherings in Early Sobriety

In blog April 27th, 2017 No Comments

Family gatherings can be stressful for anyone, but especially for those who are in the first stages of their sobriety. While there is always a tremendous amount of love that exists between family members, there are also sometimes reminders of a painful past. Family members know more intimately a person’s struggles and insecurities, and sometimes…

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