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Identifying the Four Stages of Alcoholism

Identifying the Four Stages of Alcoholism

For most adults, having a drink or two with friends is not a cause for concern. However, if moderate drinking gets out of control, it can lead to alcohol addiction. Alcoholism, also called alcohol use disorder, is a serious problem that can affect people at any stage...
The Benefits of Equine Therapy in Recovery

The Benefits of Equine Therapy in Recovery

Traditional treatments for drug and/or alcohol addiction often include detoxification under medical guidance, rehabilitation, and a combination of traditional and holistic therapies. During the last twenty years, equine therapy has grown in popularity as a successful...
How to Enjoy New Year’s Eve Sober

How to Enjoy New Year’s Eve Sober

Sometimes Different Is Better On New Year’s Eve, a night well known for overindulgence, celebrations are often fueled by alcohol and drugs. For many people in recovery, attending those parties places them in the midst of temptation and puts their sobriety at risk. If...
Five Tips for A Sober Holiday Season

Five Tips for A Sober Holiday Season

Whether you have a number of years in recovery or are newly sober from a drug or alcohol addiction, the holidays can be a difficult time. For many, it is a time of family gatherings, over-commitment, financial strain, and unrealistic expectations. Some may have...