Self-harm is often considered as a ‘taboo’ topic of which to be kept to oneself or ignored unless there is a perceived suicidal impulse with each cut.

Unfortunately, that leaves the majority of us who have the overwhelming tendency to either cope with stress, anxiety, depression,...

More often than not, as alcoholics and addicts, we struggle with some form of codependency.

Codependency is not black and white, by any means.

Codependency can manifest itself in a variety of ways: people pleasing, manipulation, narcissism, drama-loving, controlling, stalking, 'doormat' syndrome, and more.

The term 'codependent' generally...

Literature is one of the most powerful tools in sobriety.

Literature allows us to access the experiences, strength, and hope of those who came before us.

From the early days of sobriety to, higher power permit, years down the road of our recovery journey, addiction/alcoholism literature can...

If you have been sober for a couple of days so far, chances are you have heard someone say the word 'grateful' in a sentence.

If you have been sober for 1-2 weeks, chances are you have heard the word grateful used in so many sentences...

"Since I've gotten sober, my life has sucked and I have no fun" -Said No Sober Person EVER

Okay, drama queen/king. I hate to break it to you, but sobriety is nothing but fun.

*Gasp*

Sorry to burst your little negative bubble; you are now free to do...

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