The scope of drug addiction in America continues to expand, and annual deaths from drug-related causes continue to increase. 2024 can be the Year of Recovery, but the family members and loved ones of people who struggle with addiction will need to step in and help their loved ones find and enter treatment. Doing so has never been more important or urgent, as the drugs of today are increasingly potent and often lethal.
Practical tips on ways to stay sober this summer from someone who has been there.
To maintain long-term sobriety, it’s vital to be alert to the warning signs that your sobriety could be weakening. Taking action when these signs are noted and proactively building a strong, sober future are important ways to maintain that cherished sobriety.
To many people, what I have now may not be considered a fancy or exciting life, but to me, it’s precisely the life that I wanted, and the one that would still be out of reach had I never gathered up the courage to overcome my addiction.
If you or someone you know is on the fence about pursuing a life of addiction recovery, here are ten great reasons why it is a great idea to get sober now.
The last two weeks of December and the first few weeks of the new year can be incredibly stressful for recovering addicts. And during a global pandemic, this time of year is even more challenging.
If you meet someone in recovery, I would advise against saying any of the following statements to them.
When getting sober, it is critical to establish new priorities for living a life of recovery.
It is important to remember that it is ultimately up to you to decide who you allow in your life and who you decide to keep away.
There are several reasons why personal integrity must remain a top priority for someone who wants to stay sober.