Admitting There's a Problem: When Do You Need to Stop Drinking?
Posted by The Token Shop on 6/29/2022 to Living Sober
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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Did you know that around 38% of Americans struggling with addiction also have mental health issues?
Alcoholics Anonymous: The History of AA Coins
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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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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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