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Four Thoughts to Help You Stay Sober From Alcohol

Do you have the urge to drink again? Sobriety is not easy but it’s worth it. Here are a few things to tell yourself to prevent relapse and keep you on the track of sobriety. “It’s not worth it.” “This is only temporary.” “There’s a reason you stopped drinking.” “If you don’t drink, you’ll thank yourself tomorrow.”

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Learning How to Delay Gratification in Recovery

One common characteristic of addiction is that the addict wants to satisfy their desires now. They want their cravings satisfied immediately. They want their needs met instantly. There is little patience, endurance, and serenity. Instead, an addict’s focus is on life’s demands (cravings, pains, triggers) and meeting those demands as soon as possible with drugs and alcohol that can self-soothe. …Read More

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Healing all Areas of Your Life in Recovery

At first, a recovering addict is to going to focus on getting sober. Sobriety is going to take center stage at the beginning few years of recovery. However, later in recovery, there are other areas of life to tend to and heal. It’s not only the physical, emotional, and psychological; recovery can also mean healing the financial, relational, and vocational …Read More