Are you looking for a way to have a good time? This article gives you different ideas about how to address triggers and cravings. Plus, we look at how life can be fun without the need for drugs!
You cannot elimiate triggers or cravings 100%. However, you can learn to anticipate and manage them. Read here for a self-help guide to addressing cravings in addiction recovery.
Pulling an all nighter can have the same effect as drinking with .10 blood alcohol levels. More on the relationship between sleep and health…with tips from Dr. Bob, the Stress Relief Doctor.
Is there a way to avoid relapse? Find out why professional support is critical to sobriety and who you need to be seeing on a regular basis…more here.
No, not really. Triggers can stay with you for the rest of your life. But you don’t need to act on them. A guide on best practices for addressing triggers for people in addiction recovery. Read more here.
A brief review on the incidence of relapse in the treatment of drinking problems, with some ideas for how rehabs can target people ABOUT TO RELAPSE…and intervene. Your ideas are welcomed at the end.
Discover how to party this fourth of July without putting your sobriety at risk! More here.
The key to partying is a change of mindset. Stop looking at your sobriety as a life WITHOUT drugs and alcohol. Instead, try focusing on sobriety as a new chapter WITH fun, laughter, health and joy. Find out which activities can help you achieve this here.
An exploration into nutrition and addiction recovery. Plus, a list of foods you SHOULD eat or should AVOID eating during the recovery process. Read our suggestions and find out more about health lifestyle changes in recovery here.
Six (6) daily practices that can help you get your stress under control.