Living a Sober Life: 5 Benefits of Attending AA Meetings

Living a Sober Life: 5 Benefits of Attending AA Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous, commonly shortened to AA, was founded in Ohio in 1935. After over 80 years, the program is still going strong and has quite a high success rate.
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Supporting vs Enabling Someone in Addiction Recovery

Supporting vs Enabling Someone in Addiction Recovery

In 2019 alone, more than 70,000 Americans fatally overdosed on a substance. This is the worst nightmare for family and friends, and why it's so important to know the difference between supporting and enabling.
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How Do You Congratulate Someone on Their Sobriety?

How Do You Congratulate Someone on Their Sobriety?

Whether you know a recovering addict who recently got sober or you're excited to celebrate someone's 10th year of sobriety, knowing the right way to support them is crucial. Addiction recovery is hard and if you don't approach the subject with the proper care, you risk doing more harm than good. 
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How to Encourage a Loved One to Seek Help for Their Alcohol Addiction

How to Encourage a Loved One to Seek Help for Their Alcohol Addiction

Helping a loved one get sober is one of the most difficult tasks a person can undertake. Addiction not only destroys the addict's life, but it often destroys the addict's loved ones as well. 

Family and close friends form a system that is undeniably affected by addiction, and this system also influences the addict's choices. 

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