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There’s No Such Thing as ‘Real’ Recovery

It’s easy to want recovery to have a neat definition that you can pinpoint, but labeling anyone’s recovery journey as real or otherwise benefits no one — especially someone who is trying to recover.

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That Sober Mom

Being a young, sober woman raising two daughters has posed many unique challenges over the years. As my children grow up, I am put in different circles with different people. And it turns out book clubs and cookie swaps are not always what they seem.

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The Morning Routine That Will Change Your Life

A morning routine should hold depth and weight, pushing you toward a healthier and happier mind, body and spirit. All you need is nine minutes to change your life. Are you willing to try?

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Loving Someone in Recovery

Dr. Beverly Berg offers the answers you need when your partner is recovering from addiction.

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I’m Sober, Now What?

Our choices move us closer to, or further away from, addiction. Healthy coping skills can mean the difference between long-term sobriety and relapse.

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Playing Cards — Sober

Chris Rosburg created a recovery support program out of his own experience to help others get sober and stay sober.

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This Is Your Brain On Drugs — Any Questions?

The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids launches the “Fried Egg 2016” campaign re-imagined for today's parents.

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Everyone Is Addicted to Something

Playwright Elise Maurine Milner tackles higher powers, making amends and all the steps in between in 12 Steps, the Musical.

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Back to School: How to Manage College Sober

Going to school in sobriety is a glorifying accomplishment — an accomplishment that has the potential to boost your self-confidence and help you to achieve a level of self-worth that you never knew possible.

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Post-college Depression: How Alcohol Can Make It Worse

on Aug 07, 2016 04:25 AM

One of the symptoms of post-college depression is excessive drinking. It's relatively easy to turn to the bottle to temporarily cure your woes. Post-college depression and alcohol definitely mix often, but they don't mix well.

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