Since the early 2010’s, when the calendar changes, there are a trend of people on social media announcing a “Dry January.” From hashtags to reels, stories of success or quick relapse, these people let us in on their journey to remove alcohol consumption from their routine for the first month of the year. Why Dry […]
Together in Recovery
As I shared in my earlier post, recovery can be a challenging journey, but it will be one of the most rewarding journeys that someone will find themselves on. Recovery does not only open life up to one that is free of substances, but it opens life up to the many joys, gifts, and victories […]
Welcome to National Recovery Month!
National Recovery Month is a special opportunity to recognize and celebrate the many victories that individuals in recovery have overcome. As a society, we take this month to recognize individuals in recovery from a place of compassion, validation, and acceptance, rather than a place of judgment and stigmatizing beliefs; something which we should be doing […]
As the new year approaches, you might be one of the millions of people who decide to make a new year’s resolution. Approximately 60% of Americans will make a resolution this year, and, typically, these resolutions revolve around becoming healthier. One way you can become healthier in the new year is to reduce your overall […]