When Will I Feel Normal?

Non-Alcoholic Beer in Sobriety

You are at a baseball game, and people around you are lapping up pint after pint when you notice a non-alcoholic version behind the concession stand. You begin pondering how it would taste, and then you wonder whether or not your fellow alcoholics in recovery would shun the notion of giving it a try. Just like the popular fermented drink …Read More

Lessons of Life You Gain from Fishing

Lessons of Life You Gain from Fishing

Nothing quite captures the essence of serenity like fishing.  Surrounded by the sound of water in cool shade while you anticipate a bite makes fishing one of the most peaceful experiences on earth.  Fishing is very meditative giving a person ample time to think about life.  Here are five lessons for life that fishing teaches. How to form a plan …Read More

Are You Alcoholic? If You Have To Ask, You Probably Are

Are You Alcoholic? If You Have To Ask, You Probably Are

  When’s the last time you went out to a restaurant and the thought of ordering an alcoholic beverage didn’t cross your mind?  When’s the last time a weekend rolled around and you didn’t run to the liquor store to grab your drink of choice?  These scenarios, and others like them, can prompt the big question:  what is an alcoholic? …Read More

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How Prevalent Is Alcohol Abuse In America?

According to the CDC, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 88,000 deaths per year are related to alcohol. Alcohol related deaths can include car accidents, injury, overdose, liver failure, heart attack, seizure, and stroke. A number that has been making headlines is 52,000- the number of lives that were claimed by opioid overdose in 2015. Preliminary analysis believes that …Read More