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Finding a Higher Power

How to Find a Higher Power in Recovery

The Importance of Finding a Higher Power Finding a higher power is a crucial step in the journey to recovery. It allows us to seek guidance from a force greater than ourselves, helping us navigate life’s difficulties and not feel so alone. This guidance can

Practicing Acceptance in Recovery

Practicing Acceptance in Recovery: An Ongoing Process

Life on Life’s Terms: The Value of Practicing Acceptance Practicing acceptance in recovery is not just a principle—it is the heart of getting and staying clean and sober. Whether we are newly sober or have many years of sobriety, the truth is life can sometimes


Top Ten Ways to Improve Sobriety for a New You in 2024

Sobriety is a journey that requires commitment, courage, and continuous effort. As we step into 2024, it’s a great time to revitalize your sobriety journey with new strategies and support systems. Why Improve Your Sobriety Now? As the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous says, we

Narcan Now Available in Georgia

Narcan Over the Counter in Georgia: A Lifesaving Game-Changer

Empowering Communities to Combat Opioid Overdoses In a significant step towards combating the opioid crisis, the state of Georgia is making Narcan, a life-saving opioid overdose reversal medication, available over the counter. This promises to have a profound impact on the fight against opioid-related fatalities.

Virtual Therapy: Who Can Benefit and Why

Virtual Therapy: Who Can Benefit and Why – A Comprehensive Guide

What is Virtual Therapy? In an increasingly digital age, where connectivity transcends geographical boundaries, it’s no surprise that therapy has also entered the virtual realm. Virtual therapy, often referred to as online therapy, has gained immense popularity due to its accessibility and convenience. In this

Professionals In Addiction

Addiction Treatment for Working Professionals

Hope for Professionals and Executives Suffering with Addiction Know your rights as an employee in need of help with substance abuse If you’re a working professional suffering from addiction, you’re not alone. Addiction is a disease that knows no boundaries and can affect anyone at

Women Enjoying Sobriety

Why Demi Lovato’s California Sober is So Dangerous

Demi Lovato Just Released a Song Called “California Sober” What is California Sober? Demi Lovato’s new song, “California Sober,” is about smoking marijuana and drinking alcohol in moderation. Let’s discuss why that idea so dangerous. In 2018, Demi Lovato was hospitalized for a near-fatal drug

Teens In Recovery

Dual Diagnosis: Treating Addiction and Mental Health

What is Dual Diagnosis? It’s more common than you think Dual diagnosis is a medical term used to describe the co-occurence of addiction and a mental health condition. As many as 40 to 60 percent of patients have a dual diagnosis. Succesful treatment includes a