Approximately 14.4 million people in the United States struggle with alcohol abuse, and only 7.9 percent receive treatment.
If you're someone who has worked hard to overcome addiction, then you know how challenging recovering in isolation can be.
Everyone has an addiction to something. That addiction may be videogames, collecting food, or alcohol.
When you crave something, it is hard to quit. Still, when you want it bad enough, you somehow do it.
The path to sobriety is a tough one at that. Despite all the challenges, you can make it through, even if you need some help.
Here are six great recovery apps to help you on your journey.
At some point, most people in recovery will face the challenge of staying sober at a party.
If you're early on in your process, it's best to avoid parties completely. After all, sobriety is hard enough as it is without being surrounded by alcohol. If you've been sober for a few years, though, you should be more comfortable with parties.
An estimated 22 million Americans are in recovery from addiction, but that doesn't stop a lot from them from feeling alone.
In recent times, when social distancing is the new normal, it can be difficult to remind ourselves that the struggles we're going through are not unique. Someone, somewhere, knows how you feel.
For those who have suffered from alcohol addiction and may need support, sobriety blogs can be a great way to go.
The coronavirus crisis has hit everyone hard, but for those struggling with alcoholism, this pandemic has brought on unique challenges. Social distancing means that the lifeblood of the Alcoholics Anonymous program has been fundamentally changed.
As daily life has changed recently, we've all been forced to think about the role of human interactions in our lives. For many recovering alcoholics, the fellowship they find at in-person meetings plays a crucial in their continued sobriety.