I’m here to tell you that you don’t have to use this current chaos with the coronavirus to be a part of your story as to why you picked back up. You don’t have to be a statistic.Blythe writes.
There is no handbook, no guideline and no rules on how to live through a pandemic.Sarah J. Braun is out there doing her best to survive.
Have you felt shame as a result of your addiction? Worried about setting other people?
Go figure. Sam did.
Blythe is passionate about her recovery, and her music. It seemed rude not to let her explain in her own words how monumental it has been for her to rediscover her true passion.And include an absolutely well deserved plug while we’re at it!
Finding your way out of active addiction and into a stable recovery can be tough. We met Mike to find out how he navigated his own recovery.
Love them or loathe them, the sober influencers are here. And they’re here to stay. Amy casts a sardonic, poignant eye over this disturbing phenomena.
The start of something new can be both scary and exciting. Recovery fits that description perfectly.Sarah J. Braun writes.
Challenging thoughts and changing them into positive behaviours is really just taking things slowly. Mike, from Own Sobriety, writes.
In late 2017, turning theory into practice, Zoe took the decision to quit drinking for 40 days. What transpired was an alcohol free journey that endures to this day.