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Photo by Mitchell Hollander on Unsplash I’ll never forget my first AA meeting. I was in a room full of people that I could 100% relate to, and they were all sharing openly about themselves. Like, they were telling the truth about all the crazy sh*t they’d done in...

Photo by Dan Meyers on Unsplash A common misconception that’s quite possibly the most detrimental to our recovery is that once we give up drinking or using drugs (or any other compulsive behavior), there’s no work to do. If you’re someone who struggles to put down the booze or...

Photo by Element5 Digital on Unsplash The holiday season is upon us. Hello, Starbucks Pumpkin Spiced Lattes! But also, hello, spiced bourbon and cinnamon toddies (*sigh*). Okay, we’re not trying to trigger anyone here so please keep reading because we promise this post is geared toward solution and NOT...

Photo by Peter Kasprzyk on Unsplash Whether you’re newly clean and sober or you’ve been in recovery for a while, it’s quite possible (and probable even) that you have or will experience drinking or using dreams. The thing about these dreams is that they’re frequently quite vivid which can...

Photo by Colton Sturgeon on Unsplash Holidays in general can feel overwhelming for a lot of people in recovery, particularly in the early days of sobriety. For many, they can be times for alcohol-fueled social gatherings, parties and special events. Halloween is certainly no exception and unless you’re a...