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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      09-06-13 | By

      12 Step Meeting Etiquette

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      AA and NA meetings can be intimidating to newcomers who have decided that they want to stop using.  Early sobriety is an uncomfortable time and stepping into the rooms without knowing any of the rules or conventions only adds to this discomfort.  The last thing a newcomer needs is to be confronted about an unwritten … Continued


      04-16-13 | By

      The Importance of Meetings

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      If you are an alcoholic or addict and decide to try AA or NA, it’s essential to have some understanding of the importance of meetings. Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and other 12-step programs are groups of people who want to stop drinking or using, and most importantly, they want to help each other. Because these … Continued


      04-08-13 | By

      What is a Sponsor? – Why and How to Get a Sponsor

      Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and other 12-step programs are based heavily on tradition, because those traditions work. One of the most important traditions in AA is sponsorship (while sponsorship exists in other programs, too, we’ll use AA in this article for simplification). It is recommended that everyone in AA get a sponsor, but many newcomers … Continued


      03-26-13 | By

      Could Al-Anon help you?

      Troubled by the drinking of someone else? Al-Anon can help provide support and encouragement. These family groups are made up of others who have walked the same path. Al-Anon family groups meet in many communities throughout the US and Canada and there are international groups as well. If for some reason you are not able … Continued


      09-26-12 | By

      The Importance of Meetings

      Sober Nation tries very hard not to advocate any specific avenue of recovery. We understand that some people need a 12 step program. Some people may use the S.M.A.R.T method, other people may simply wake up one day, and decide to stop drinking. Whatever you need to do to stay sober, is what you should … Continued