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What To Do With AA Recovery Chips And What Are They For?
Posted by The Token Shop on 10/30/2019 to
Alcohol has long caused a public health crisis. In fact,
one out of every eight
Americans has an alcohol use disorder. That is more than 12% of the entire population.
7 AA Slogans With Incredibly Profound Meanings
Posted by The Token Shop on 10/23/2019 to
AA has been around for roughly 85 years and some of their slogans and sayings have been around just as long. It's no surprise that some of these AA slogans have a lot of power and meaning behind them.
5 Warning Signs of Alcohol Relapse
Posted by The Token Shop on 10/16/2019 to
Substance abuse is a serious issue that millions of people struggle with on a daily basis. And while many alcoholics strive toward sobriety, the path to recovery is never easy.
The 12 Spiritual Principles of AA Explained
Posted by The Token Shop on 10/9/2019 to
Contrary to what a lot of people think, the spirituality part of AA does not mean you have to be a Christian. The spiritual principles of AA cater to people of any faith. People have tried to understand spirituality and self-awareness for as long as we've been around, so it's understandable if you're looking for some guidance and information. Keep reading to learn about the principles of alcoholics anonymous.
Why You Need to Celebrate Your Sobriety Birthday
Posted by The Token Shop on 10/2/2019 to
Sobriety is something that you must constantly work on because recovery never really ends. Constant reflection on ongoing sobriety and celebrating your achievements is very important to stay on the wagon.
Prayer and Meditation
How to Stay Motivated Through the AA Process
How to Identify and Remove Addiction Triggers
How to Support a Family Member in AA
Making Amends: 5 Tips for a Thorough Step Eight
How to Tackle the Challenging AA Fourth Step Inventory
5 Tips for Choosing the Right AA Sponsor
How Does Your Daily Gratitude List Aid Your Recovery?
How to Support a Family Member in the Program
Why You Should Celebrate Small Victories During Recovery
The Clear Benefits of Group Therapy
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