Mind-Over-Body Addiction Coping Skills

People who struggle with addiction — whether it’s to a substance such as drugs or alcohol, or for something like food — often face difficult situations each day. These struggles occur for a lot of people, too. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health,...

How to Feel Grateful In Any Situation

Struggling to find any gratitude this holiday season? Maybe you’re going through a tough time, or just struggling to conjure up something to feel good about. But don’t worry, all is not lost! Many of us needed a little prompting. Read on for our Gratitude Checklist and get inspired.

The Science of Gratitude

Numerous studies have been published over the last decade singing the praises of gratitude for improving everything from mental well being to physical health and personal relationships. Why exactly is gratitude so potent? Here’s what the research says:

5 Ways to Cultivate Gratitude

Practicing gratitude is linked to improved physical health and mental well-being. So how do you get more of this feel-good energy in your life?

The Reliable Magic of Gratitude

Gratitude is a serious tool for improving how satisfied you feel with life. Depression, stress, anxiety, and loneliness can all be dramatically altered by this simple practice.

Sober Dating 101: Read This Before You Start a Relationship in Early Recovery

Some good, common sense advice from a few addicts and alcoholics with long-term sobriety and in healthy relationships

 

Thriving in all of our affairs

Tools and techniques for personal growth in all areas of life—from financial recovery to travelling sober to meditation practice. We explore the road to becoming whole people once again, and thriving in all of our affairs.  

 

Self-care and the process of physical recovery

Turning our attention to health, wellness and fitness can seem like a radical act after so many years of neglect and abuse. We explore self-care and how to become at home in our bodies once again.

 

 

Restoring and reclaiming our relationships

From social circle to a significant other, we explore the road to healthy sober relationships. Deep and meaningful connections with others are vital to recovery, and here we discuss cleaning up the past and moving forward wholeheartedly.