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Staying Sober Through a Break-Up

With February 14th right around the corner, love is in the air… wait, is that love, or is that just a kind of triggering, super obnoxious and overly commercialized holiday that was originally developed by...

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Sober and COVID-Friendly Activities

Even though 2021 is already looking a lot better than the year prior – made exceedingly evident by widely circulating Bernie Sanders memes – we are still in the midst of nationwide shutdowns and stay-at-home...

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Filling the Void

People don’t usually start abusing chemical substances because they are way too happy and content, and figure that they might as well slowly (or rapidly) destroy their lives. People usually start abusing drugs and alcohol...

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Staying Sober Over the Holidays

During certain times of the year, staying sober is liable to become a little bit more difficult. This is typically the case when holidays crop up that seem to revolve solely around excessive drinking –...

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Talking to a Friend in Addiction Recovery

Addiction is one of the most harshly misunderstood diseases on the face of the planet. Unlike cancer, heart disease or rheumatoid arthritis, individuals who suffer from a substance abuse disorder are very often met with...

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