How to Support a Family Member in the Program

How to Support a Family Member in the Program

Did you know that over 6% of adults in America suffer from alcohol use disorder (AUD)? 


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Why You Should Celebrate Small Victories During Recovery

Why You Should Celebrate Small Victories During Recovery

The little things in life are the ones that mean the most to many people. While not drinking may be a no-brainer for many individuals, staying sober is a struggle for others. Every day there is a fight not to turn to alcohol is a damning disease that affects 6% of the adults in the US. 

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The Clear Benefits of Group Therapy

The Clear Benefits of Group Therapy

Experts estimate that more than 21 million Americans suffer from addiction. However, many turn to recovery programs to find an effective treatment for their addictions.


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5 Tips To Avoid Temptation During Recovery

5 Tips To Avoid Temptation During Recovery

Achieving your sobriety isn't an easy process. The recovery process after fighting alcoholism is an uphill battle that needs to be worked at every day. You need those little reminders that you're making the difficult decisions and choosing your sobriety and your health over your addiction. 
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Add to Your TBR Pile: The Best AA Books

Add to Your TBR Pile: The Best AA Books

Few moments are as impactful or frightening as the realization that you or someone you love has a drinking problem. Yet alcohol addiction is the second most common form of substance abuse, only behind tobacco use.


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Top Benefits of Recovery Coins

Top Benefits of Recovery Coins

While there are plenty of paths to recovery, Stanford found that Alcoholics Anonymous remains the most effective way to get -- and stay -- sober.


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From Young Adult to Chronic Severe Subtype: The 5 Types of Alcoholics

From Young Adult to Chronic Severe Subtype: The 5 Types of Alcoholics

Alcohol dependence is a complex and widespread phenomenon, affecting 10% of Americans over 12 years old and resulting in 140,000 deaths annually.  Drinking problems affect people of every demographic in every country of the world, even those where alcohol is illegal. 


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Recovering vs. Recovered Alcoholic: Which Label Should You Use?

Recovering vs. Recovered Alcoholic: Which Label Should You Use?

About 90% of people who need recovery decide not to get help. Therefore, if you’ve done the work to overcome your addiction, then you have every reason to be proud of yourself.
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