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Summer is a time of hot weather and sunny days. There are backyard barbecues, street fairs and festivals, days at the beach, and outdoor celebrations. For many people in recovery, those events have always included their favorite alcohol or drug of choice. If this is your first sober summer, you will still have an enjoyable...Read More
Have you gotten into an exercise rut and only hit the treadmill at the gym? Cardio is a great way to support your mental and physical health. But, you’ll find that most trainers recommend incorporating weight-bearing exercises into your routine too. If you’re working on your sobriety, strength training can boost your mood, support your...Read More
It’s a paradox of sorts. That some people struggling with substance abuse are also afraid of experiencing recovery. They’re not sure what life will be like without the haze of addiction. How will they cope with stress? How can they navigate social situations? What will it be like to actually feel again? If you’re tired...Read More