The theme for 2015 is "Join the Voices of Recovery: Visible, Vocal, Valuable."
Years after her son's addiction began, one mother is finally enjoying a family in recovery.
The back to school transition can be a vulnerable time for teenagers. Paying extra attention and knowing the signs of distress can help you keep your teen safe.
Getting fit can seem overwhelming, but one obstacle - finances - is easy to overcome. Here's how to workout without the expense, using what you've already got.
Sharing past secrets is an important part of recovery. Here's how to approach it the right way.
A new breed of surfers is ditching stereotypes and embracing sobriety.
We know that thoughts can produce chemical changes in the brain. Is it so far fetched to think about anxiety as an addiction to negative thoughts?
Sometimes, the toll addiction takes on a marriage is too much to overcome. If you have decided on divorce, here's how to make the process as easy as possible.
Sometimes words just aren't enough. That's when artistic expression can become an important tool for recovery.
Addiction and codependency can make for a tough pairing. Knowing when to support your partner and when to stand up for your own needs can help you find marital bliss.
Make this sober summer the best one yet.
By Emily Guarnotta || Addiction is both pervasive and insidious, often resulting in users isolating and hiding their thoughts, feelings, and negative behaviors from the world. Read More....
By Harmony Rose || When I speak to people who are in an alcoholic relationship, one of the most common questions is, "Am I crazy." The answer is no. You just live with an alcoholic. Read More....
By Margi Tabor II Shannon Thomas has to overcome his own addiction and PTSD before he could begin helping others. Now he rocks out as Sgt. Shredder. Read More....
"Do not let your fire go out, spark by irreplaceable spark... The world you desired can be won. It exists, it is real, it is possible, it is yours."
- Ayn Rand