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5 Myths about Recovery, Debunked

Kelly Fitzgerald ❘

There are a ton of stereotypes and stigma that surround addiction and recovery that need to be dispelled. Here are 5 recovery myths debunked.

Loneliness and Addiction

Krystina Murray ❘

Loneliness and addiction has been an issue for a long time, but now it is even more of a concern because of COVID-19 and lockdown orders in place.

3 Unexpectedly Hard Things about Sobriety

Lindsey Hall ❘

Recovery from any addiction is hard in a many ways, but remember you're not the not the only one experiencing these hard things about sobriety.

10 Things You (Probably) Won’t Miss About Drinking

Beth Leipholtz ❘

The negative effects of drinking on my life far outweighed the positive. Here are a few of the things you probably won’t miss about drinking once you stop.

Hospitality Workers, Job Loss, And COVID-19 Related Addiction

Krystina Murray ❘

Thousands of hospitality and hotel workers have lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how they can cope during this time of uncertainty.

Psychoactive Substances

Cindy Hardy ❘

Psychoactive substances are drugs which alter a person's brain chemistry. They include depressants, stimulants, hallucinogens, and inhalants.

Is Alcohol a Drug?

Theresa Parisi ❘

Alcohol is a drug, and a highly addictive one. Specifically, It is classified as a Central Nervous System (CNS) depressant.

Understanding Addiction Transference

Theresa Parisi ❘

Addiction transference is a common problem that can occur to individuals who struggle with or are recovering from alcohol, drug or behavioral addictions.

Report: Millennials Are Most Likely to Die From Alcohol, Drugs, Suicide

Nathan Yerby ❘

Millennials are the most likely age demographic to die from alcohol, drug abuse, and suicide. Many millennials struggle with substance use disorders.

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