Where to Go Now?

Consider these statistics from the recent AddictionPolicy.org COVID-19 survey: Twenty percent of respondents reported increased substance use since the COVID-19 pandemic began. One in three

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Slow Down

In the past few months, many of us have been forced to really slow down. Whether we’ve lost our jobs, had them suspended, were told

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Whose Recovery is Best?

Recently, there has been some upheaval in the recovery circles—especially the traditional ones, such as AA—about the article “The Patriarchy of Alcoholics Anonymous” by Holly

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Don’t Stay Stuck

There are certain emotions that are more damaging to our well-being than others. Those emotions are guilt, fear, and shame. Yet many of us inexplicitly

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Doing it Better?

I’ve noticed something on social media that’s reminded me of something that used to happen in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous: people boasting about the

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Solutions, Not Problems

Like an addiction, recovery too is stigmatized. Not a lot of people share with the world that they’re in recovery from addiction or trauma. Unlike

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Safe Spaces

As the world slowly starts to loosen some of the restrictions with stores and public spaces opening, people are worried about safety. It seems that

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Where to Next?

As the world is cautiously discussing easing down some of the restrictions and reopening businesses and institutions, people in recovery have an interesting dilemma to

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About Fear

One of the most prevailing emotions during this pandemic is fear. The threats that seemed so abstract before are now fully realized and real. People

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