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.
For Gayle, one of the many gifts of sobriety is a huge boost in self confidence, the feeling that she can really do things. That she can go on and achieve more than she ever dreamed possible.
When we remove alcohol from our lives, there comes a point when we are suddenly faced with a sense of overwhelm.
Gayle (Sober Bliss) looks at the signs – maybe you’re ready for a break?
When we first launched back in Spring 2017 we were privileged to feature some work by the one and only Amy Dresner.
Fast forward two years later and with “Depression in Recovery” Amy takes an irreverent view on addiction, recovery, the brain reward system and, erm, dopamine.
Why is shame so powerful? Why once you give it an inch does it take a mile? Why does shame follow imperfection? Why do we let shame silence our voice?
Sarah J. Braun writes.