The Gift of the Ordinary

The Gift of the Ordinary

We were once young and restless, We had dreams to be an Olympic athlete, a rich executive, a rock star, a concert pianist. We wanted to be famous, but what did that really mean? Did we want to be recognized as someone special? We hear in the news about rich and famous...
Can You Overdose on Caffeine?

Can You Overdose on Caffeine?

A majority of the American population consumes some form of caffeine on a regular basis. Coffee, tea, and soda are staples of daily life with many relying on caffeine just to get through the day. Caffeine is consumed so regularly and without thought that many do not...
Bonding with Your Rehab Roommate

Bonding with Your Rehab Roommate

You’ve been checked in at the place where you are going to spend 28 days. It seems such a long time, and you don’t know how you’re going to make it through all that time. You’re scared, lonely and shaken up. You ask yourself, how did things get so bad. To make matters...
Patience in Recovery

Patience in Recovery

Everything in life takes time: nine months before babies can be born, two or four years for college, waiting to be 16 years old to drive, or finding Mr. Right or Ms. Right. Recovery is no different. Think back to what your first day sober was like. Perhaps you...
Statistics on the Opioid Crisis

Statistics on the Opioid Crisis

As the months go by, statistics for the previous and current year pertaining to the opioid crisis become available. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports: Roughly 21 to 29 percent of patients prescribed opioids for chronic pain misuse them. Between 8 and 12...
Tips for Enjoying a Sober Summer

Tips for Enjoying a Sober Summer

Each season can bring new challenges to your sobriety. Though really, all you have to do is stay sober one day at a time, no matter if it is snowing, raining, the leaves are falling, or it’s 95 degrees outside. Goal setting can help keep you on track no matter the...
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