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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      02-01-20 | By

      Tips for Staying Sober on Super Bowl Sunday

      Big events, holidays, or happy hour can be triggers for people in sobriety. Intermingled into the ways we socialize in our society can be the overabundance of substances. As people get further into their sobriety these types of events can become second nature. We may not miss a beat. Yet, for others navigating social anxiety … Continued

      01-14-20 | By

      What TV And Movies Get Right (And What They Get Wrong) About Addiction and Recovery.

      Drugs and alcohol have a sexy reputation in movies and Hollywood. While some movies portray the truths about addiction, others glamorize substance use. In many films, good looking people are seen getting drunk, snorting lines, and partying the night away, with little consequence later on. Most movie viewers are watching films for entertainment, rather than … Continued

      01-08-20 | By

      The Top 6 Myths About Sobriety.

      Stigma exists everywhere. Myths and misconceptions can keep us stuck from experiencing a life of possibility. Oftentimes, our assumptions of what we think sobriety looks like can keep us prolonged in a perpetuating cycle of addiction and limited in our beliefs. For many, the thought of not using substances can bare uncomfortable feelings and a … Continued