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Putting Recovery On The Map

02-14-18 | By Tori Skene

Emotional Sobriety Is Here!

Hey everyone, We’ve been working on our fourth course for months and it’s finally here! “Emotional Sobriety” has officially launched and we couldn’t be more excited to share it with our sober family and community! This course dives into the intricate world of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and teaches the skill-set initially developed by award-winning … Continued

02-09-18 | By mark masserant

Sober Dreams (The Deluxe Edition)

Recently, I heard it again— “I dreamt that I was drinking last night!”   It’s no surprise that newly-recovering alcoholics are rattled when they have drinking dreams, but these strange phenomena aren’t unusual. For many of us, they’re random, natural occurrences, even for ex-drinkers who have long-term sobriety. The newcomer’s wide-eyed look of concern is … Continued

01-30-18 | By Tori Skene

7 Steps To Self-Love In Recovery

What does self-love even mean? When I got sober, I could barely stand to look at myself in the mirror. If there was such a thing called self-love, it didn’t exist in me. During my first year of sobriety I heard all these coined phrases over and over again. “You can’t love someone else until … Continued