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June 28, 2016

This morning, I bought myself a coffee and strolled along the beach with a smile stretched across my face. I hadn’t just won the lottery, I hadn’t landed a huge promotion and it’s not my birthday. I’m celebrating a small triumph and giving myself a pat on the back.

When...

June 21, 2016

One of the cornerstones of recovery is open-mindedness. It is essential to most in order for recovery to begin, and the reason being is that once a person starts out on their journey to recovery they are introduced to a number of revolutionary ideas that are counterint...

June 17, 2016

I can only share how it is I have gotten to stay sober a day at a time since I came in. I just don’t drink – no matter what! It’s just that simple. I can survive this life (and believe me I’ve survived a lot since getting sober) just so long as I never take that first...

June 16, 2016

Does your facility have a way to make regular contact with its alumni, something faster and more convenient than a phone? With the growth of mobile device usage across the population, a digital health app like Sober Grid can give your facility unparalleled access to it...

June 15, 2016

I can remember, like it was yesterday, getting my first coin. That thirty-day coin, dazzling red, is my most prized possession. It was the hardest thirty days of my life. It was the hardest because I wanted it more than anything else in this world. It was the hardest b...

June 14, 2016

Over the past few years there has been a growing discourse among the general public regarding synthetic drug usage in this country. What was once considered a novelty and written off as nothing serious, has slowly become a burgeoning epidemic across the nation. Even wi...

June 13, 2016

I once heard a woman ask a group of people, “How do you survive a relapse?” It dawned on me that I really had nothing to offer, no words of inspiration, no part of a solution. I was useless to her. You see, I have never relapsed, at least not since I walked into the ro...

June 8, 2016

Governor Weld is clearly someone who cares about people who struggle with addiction issues. Weld, Sheryl Crow, Dr. Oz, and the US Surgeon General were just a few of the big names that gathered in Washington last year to advocate for the addicted population. They urged...

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