When getting sober, it is critical to establish new priorities for living a life of recovery.
There are several reasons why personal integrity must remain a top priority for someone who wants to stay sober.
Managing expectations is especially important for people who are going through recovery themselves and those who have loved ones going through the process.
As someone who has lived a life of long-term addiction recovery, I can say with great certainty that my family’s love and support have provided a significant contribution to my long-term success.
It’s long been thought that physical exercise is a healthy activity for recovering addicts. But what does the science say? As it turns out, there’s a growing body of data that suggests exercise helps recovering addicts stay sober.
Someone you care about just completed a drug and alcohol rehab program and is about to come back home. What do you do to support them? What shouldn’t you do?
When it comes down to it all the so-called “little things” add up to the big things over time and when it comes to a life of recovery there is nothing bigger than maintaining your sobriety.