All About Recovery
Need to get out of the house for a bit and see some friendly sober faces? Recovery support group meeting marathons run 24/7 from Christmas Eve through New Year's Day.
When you're traveling, you can take your sober support network with you — right in your pocket. Rocker Kasim Sulton shares his top recovery tip in this video.
It's harder to make recovery work if you overwork yourself. Here's how to keep your focus on what matters now.
Understand what pushes your buttons in addiction recovery, and you'll learn to save yourself a lot of stress and trouble.
Why? Because you've earned it, because it can help you — and because it just might change someone else's life, too.
Going from addiction treatment to full-on "real life" in sobriety is daunting! Here's a resource that can smooth the transition.
Substance use disorders frequently co-occur with this mood disorder, which impacts around 7 million American adults. But have hope: Today, both are more treatable than ever.
No one helps you navigate recovery quite like your friends who've been through addiction themselves. Here's how you can pay it forward.
This time of year, we're thinking about how our deepest connections and strongest relationships help us through recovery.
It's important to have someone to keep you honest — and sober — but accountability is also about partnership, community and mutual support. Recovery shouldn't be lonely.
If you think recovery seems daunting, you're in the good company of everyone else who's ever tried it. It might help to keep a deceptively simple acronym in mind.
Optimism and hope are essential, but rushing into a new life — no matter how promising — can set you up for disappointment. Here's how to take it slow and make it last.