You may or may not feel it yet, but your time spent in quarantine can be a blessing. Sure, the thought of isolation can, at first, seem scary. You fear to be lonely. You worry, you will get bored. Because what thoughts enter our minds when we get lonely and bored? Thoughts of getting high. Does this mean you need tips for staying sober at this time?
You’ve done the hard work to get sober. Now, you must figure out how to stay sober during an unexpected, strange nationwide event, a quarantine.
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Transitional living places, such as a halfway house or a sober living home, are given many different titles these days, creating confusion for those who seek help. The names are used interchangeably, making it hard for those in need to know which facility is right.
In this article, we’re taking a look at the key differences.
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Of all the questions we hear from people interested in addiction recovery and sober living, we often hear questions that have to do with the gray area between using substances and sobriety.
In this article, we’re taking a look at the gray area between using and sobriety.
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If you have children and struggle with substance abuse and addiction, it’s time to start your journey to recovery and sober living.
In this article, we’re taking a closer look at how addiction affects children before recovery.
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If you suspect you or someone you care about might be addicted to a substance, you may be interested in learning more about the common warning signs of addiction.
In this article, we’re exploring the warning signs that you might be addicted to a substance.
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If you’re interested in seeking help for either you or a loved one, you may have a few questions regarding addiction and the recovery process.
In this article, we’re taking a closer look at one of the most common questions we hear from people who need help …
What is addiction recovery?
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Addiction is often associated with habits. Often when one searches, “How long does it take to break an addiction,” they find that many ‘experts’ claim that it takes 21 days to break a habit.
This statement alone shows you how incredibly different a habit is from an addiction. If 21 days is all it takes, we would have millions of people sober and in recovery.
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If you’re interested in quitting your drinking habit, you may be concerned with the withdrawal experience. This can be a painful and difficult process, so it’s important to understand how to quit safely.
In this article, we’re taking a closer look at how to taper off alcohol to avoid withdrawal.
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Recovering from an addiction is a challenge for a few reasons. First, you need to break your bad habits. Next, you have to develop healthier habits and learn to enjoy sober living.
In this article, we’re taking a closer look at how to enjoy being sober.
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