What a Digital Recovery Community Can Mean for Your Sobriety

Maintaining sobriety can be difficult without communication. A new generation of mobile apps helps people stay in touch and keep sobriety at the front and center of their minds. Social networking apps are growing in popularity as a way to keep in touch with others in recovery day and night. Learn more about ways the…

Does it Really ‘Take a Village’ to Help My Recovery?

Sobriety is not something you do alone, it takes a few good men (and women) to form a support system strong enough to carry you through. It takes time and hard work to repair the damage caused by addiction. Learn about family and recovery to discover why it is important to have a village help…

How Can I Have Fun (and Stay Sober) at Holiday Parties?

If you are a person who stresses about how to have fun (and stay sober) for the holidays, worry not. There are ways to enjoy parties and socialize without having to compromise your sobriety. You are more likely to relapse if you don’t try to stay focused on your sobriety goals so give these tips…

Why Addiction Needs to Be Addressed in the C-Suite

Addiction for c-suite executives is difficult to address but is necessary if you are to find a healthy balance at work and in life. Professionals often do not take addiction issues serious enough and this can cause problems down the road. Learn more about addiction needs for c-suite executives and how to promote a healthy…

Why Do Top Execs Need a Morning Routine That Works?

Morning rituals can have a dramatic effect on your work, relationships, and overall health. Many people struggle with routines because we don’t understand why we should be regimented in how we wake up everyday. This can be the key to performing at a high level for top execs who want to hit those goals and…

Learn How to Replace Your Fear with Acceptance

Coming face to face with our fears can be absolutely terrifying, but also freeing. It helps to realize that we don’t have to be controlled by our fears, we get to control them. One of the simplest ways to work towards acceptance and not letting fear take control is to eliminate fears altogether. Fears are…

How to Stay Social and Sober This Holiday Season

The holidays are approaching fast and furious. This season can be really bittersweet if you have expectations. Sometimes this can lead to bitterness and disappointment. The holidays should be a fun time, but it often can feel stressful. Letting go of comparison to how things should be is helpful but so is socializing and seeing…

What is the (Not So) Big Secret to Enjoying Sobriety?

When you’re in early recovery, you might feel your life is dreary. After all, you’re used to getting high, having ‘fun’ and not taking much, if any, responsibility. However, getting sober doesn’t mean getting used to a life of boredom. Recovery is a learning process, and part of it is learning how to have fun…

Little Known Joys of Addiction Recovery

If someone told you there would be joy in recovery, you might have given them a second hard look to see if they were serious. In fact, joy is serious business in recovery. It takes commitment to break free from addiction. Recovery is a time to celebrate living a happier life. Take these tips with…

The Art of Money Management in Recovery

Poor money management and overspending can lead to lots of stress and anxiety. Stress can lead to addiction relapse. Learning to manage money wisely takes time. Addiction will affect so many areas of your life but if you are able to manage money better, recovery will be much easier to handle. Addiction and Money If…