It’s not easy to stay sober when all your friends are drug addicts. The people around you can make all the difference.
Our founder’s mother tells her story of struggling for years until she earned the life she wanted— and so much more.
I’ve always struggled with anxiety, and it was especially problematic early in my recovery. I needed to find a way to relax.
Getting sober meant I had to learn to have fun without drugs and alcohol. Having fun was more work than I thought.
To successfully get (and stay), sober, I needed more than myself. I needed the right set of tools.
When I got into recovery, everything changed. My relationships with everyone I knew included.
To someone on the outside, recovery can seem boring. Those of us who have been there know it’s anything but.
The New Year is a time for change— and to reflect on what’s changed.
This year, I’m going home to my family for the holidays. In active addiction, I wasn’t so lucky.
Why is accountability so important, anyway?