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Putting Recovery On The Map

05-19-20 | By

4 Reasons Why You Can Benefit From Recovery Coaching

No matter how you look at it, recovery from drugs and alcohol is challenging. Evidence shows, the longer someone is engaged in a form of treatment, counseling, or coaching, the higher the chances they have at achieving long-term sobriety. Oftentimes, transitioning back to the real world from a detox or residential treatment program can be … Continued


04-21-20 | By

The Top 8 Books on Addiction and Recovery

Countless books will talk about addiction and recovery, and how sobriety has changed someone’s life – memoirs, psychology books, and so on. However, all roads to recovery are different, and so are addictions, even though everyone experiences some kind of struggle. Here, we put together a list of eight books that are not only notable … Continued


04-07-20 | By

Sobriety Is Not Necessarily The Opposite of Addiction

Recovery support has transitioned to the digital domain as the coronavirus deprives members of its primary resource: peer-to-peer contact. For those in recovery, isolation is an incredibly dangerous setup with the potential to force past trauma to surface and drive those with less resilience to seek out mind numbing chemicals to offset the intensity. Feelings … Continued