A Closer Look at AA Medallions From Around the World

A Closer Look at AA Medallions From Around the World

Alcoholics Anonymous has been running since 1935 when it started with two men in Ohio who were seeking sobriety. Today, there are more than 2 million members across 180 countries.


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Admitting There's a Problem: When Do You Need to Stop Drinking?

Admitting There's a Problem: When Do You Need to Stop Drinking?

Did you know that there are 3 million deaths annually from alcohol misuse? Many people enjoy a few drinks from time to time, but some people struggle to know when to stop and develop a dangerous drinking problem that could ruin their life and the lives of those around them.


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PTSD and Alcohol Abuse: Is There a Relationship?

PTSD and Alcohol Abuse: Is There a Relationship?

Did you know that around 38% of Americans struggling with addiction also have mental health issues?


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Alcoholics Anonymous: The History of AA Coins

Alcoholics Anonymous: The History of AA Coins

Human beings have long attached deep meaning to a lucky charm or a comforting keepsake. Whether wearing a specific cap to a sports match or holding onto your child's first piece of art, tokens help us feel connected to something greater than ourselves.
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How to Stay Sober on a Night Out and Enjoy It

How to Stay Sober on a Night Out and Enjoy It

Did you know that Do you know that 139.8 million Americans aged 12 and up consume alcohol? 14.8 million of them, or 10.6 percent, have an alcohol use disorder.


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5 Ways to Stay Sober When You're Dealing With Grief

5 Ways to Stay Sober When You're Dealing With Grief

The latest statistics reveal that almost 15 million people over the age of 12 have Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). AUD takes a heavy physical and emotional toll.


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How to Create a Sober Living Environment at Home

How to Create a Sober Living Environment at Home

A study found that those who have stayed sober for five years have an 85% chance of staying sober. This means those small milestones, in the beginning, are the building blocks for the rest of your alcohol-free life. To help you on your path, it's essential that you implement sober living techniques where you live.


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Sober Dating: 5 Ways to Talk to a New Partner About Being Sober and Attending AA

Sober Dating: 5 Ways to Talk to a New Partner About Being Sober and Attending AA

After getting sober, experts recommend remaining single for the first year. This new journey introduces people to personal struggles that require their full attention.


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