There is a tendency to believe alcohol is ok, not dangerous, and an acceptable form of relaxation, but alcohol is actually the deadliest drug of all.
Posts by Kelly Fitzgerald
The holidays can bring up a lot for those in recovery. Here are 5 strategies to help you maintain sobriety during the holidays.
If you’re reading this, you might be wondering, how do you know if you have a drinking problem? How do you know if it’s time to stop drinking?
Getting sober isn’t just about abstinence from alcohol and drugs. It’s so much more than that. Sobriety translates into our everyday lives.
There are a ton of stereotypes and stigma that surround addiction and recovery that need to be dispelled. Here are 5 recovery myths debunked.
Many people who suffer from social anxiety use drinking as a coping mechanism. This may work temporarily because alcohol is a depressant and a sedative, but ultimately it can pave the way towards alcohol addiction, and possibly worsen anxiety.
Getting sober has countless benefits. We are clear headed and we begin to take a look at negative behavioral patterns in our personal relationships.
When you’re struggling with alcoholism, denial can be a powerful thing. In my experience, I exhibited many alcoholism red flags that I chose to ignore.