An active addiction within a relationship takes a heavy toll on both partners. Addiction, being a neurological disease, rewires the brain; it changes how an individual thinks and processes,
Recovery is a time of intense change and growth, as sobriety is not something that just happens overnight. At times, all you can do is take life day by
Acclimating to life post-recovery and refamiliarizing yourself with necessary responsibilities can sometimes feel like you’re emerging from a dark cave after hibernation and being hit with daylight you haven’t
Losing someone you love can be one of the most challenging and excruciating things we have to go through in our lifetime. Mourning is a natural part of grief
Overdosing is serious, but not everyone who overdoses will die. Medical advances have improved in recent decades, making life saving medications widely available that reverse the effects of overdose.
No one would be surprised to hear that the United States is plagued by an opioid epidemic and ongoing drug problem. In fact, many families have been faced with
Drug overdose is officially the number one cause of accidental deaths in the United States. Using drugs — even to the point of overdose — is, tragically, nothing new,
Whether you are in the initial years of your recovery journey or having been committed to your sobriety for much longer, there are many important aspects to staying active.
Commonly, we travel for pleasure, to meet up with family or friends in order to escape the routines of everyday life. Because of this, traveling usually also entails an
While in recovery from a substance use disorder, trying to have fun without risking a relapse can sometimes feel like walking on eggshells. You may be stumped, wondering where you