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Putting Recovery On The Map

11-08-18 | By Tori Skene

How To Rebuild After Recovery

We’ve all had the thoughts once we’ve reached a point in sobriety: “What if I fail?” “What if I succeed?” “Who am I now that I’m sober?” “How do I restart everything else in my life? Once we’ve sustained a decent amount of sober time and have come to a place in our sobriety where … Continued


10-25-18 | By Tori Skene

Sober Nation Goes To Hulaween

Each year there’s thousands who flock to the sleepy town of Live Oak, Florida to camp along the Suwanee River. In the midst of lowering temperatures, trees that are merely bare branches, fall begins to creep in. However, each year in the last weekend of October at the Spirit of Suwanee Music Park, this town is … Continued


10-24-18 | By Tori Skene

7 Myths About Relapse We’re Here To Smash

Separating fact from fiction can be difficult to determine, especially for those new to recovery. Some of these myths we hear in 12-step rooms, friends, in therapy groups, and sometimes we hear these on the internet – and they can really throw us for a loop. While the risk of relapse is significant, studies show … Continued