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Mental Illness and Addiction: Which Came First?

Olivia Pennelle ❘

It was only in recovery that I truly understood the correlation between mental illness and addiction and was able to fully recover.

5 Things to Remember About Sobriety During Holidays

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.

Seeking Treatment while Transitioning out of the Military

Colleen O'Day ❘

The transition from military to civilian life can pose many challenges for veterans, including dealing with mental health or substance use disorders.

How to Remain Sober in a Non-Sober House

Olivia Pennelle ❘

Sobriety can be challenging to maintain on its own, and roommates who use add to the difficulty. Here are tips for remaining sober in a non-sober house.

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.

5 Ways to Know if You Have a Drinking Problem

Kelly Fitzgerald ❘

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?

Sobriety and Codependency

Olivia Pennelle ❘

Over the last five years, I’ve learned how to stay sober and unpick codependency and live a life with more freedom than I’d ever imagined.

5 Ways Sobriety Translates into Our Everyday Life

Kelly Fitzgerald ❘

Getting sober isn’t just about abstinence from alcohol and drugs. It’s so much more than that. Sobriety translates into our everyday lives.

How I Harnessed the Power of Food to Enhance My Recovery

Olivia Pennelle ❘

I have learned how to harness the power of food and exercise to enhance my recovery and to revolutionize my life enough to deal with my eating disorders.

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