Standing for vulnerability, complexity, and messiness. Championing those who try, and those who keep trying. My name is Mary Ellin and I write about addiction and recovery. Every once in a while I create a new website with a a new twist. This blog, Sober Words, is dedicated to the many sayings we learn in sobriety. I hope these short writings will amuse or be helpful to you, whether or not you consider yourself to be in recovery.
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- Tawny is redefining the definition of #YOLO through her blog and her work.
- If you or someone you know is experiencing difficulties surrounding alcoholism, addiction, or mental illness, please reach out and ask for help.
- So let’s discuss the benefits of sober journaling as well as providing prompts to jumpstart this vital resource in your recovery journey.
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Jumping thru darkness is a concept of poems, short stories, and spoken words all written to help anyone stay sober and clean. I’m Sondra Primeaux and I’m a mom, a wife, a sister, a daughter, a maker, and an idealist. The Unruffled explores the ways we use creativity to help fuel recovery. We offer stories and sober living blog photos of artists, makers, and writers in recovery and creative ideas on the blog. After three to four months of sober living, why do I suddenly have a new wave of stress induced cravings crashing down on me? Annie Grace answers this reader’s question by explaining the impact stress can have on our minds.
The Favorite Way for Austin Men to Get Sober
She firmly believes we are experts in our own lives and should be the only person directing our recovery. The Temper explores life through the lens of sobriety, addiction, and recovery. The Temper exists https://ecosoberhouse.com/ to show people in all of their power and as agents of their own recovery. Authoring and owning a new, very real narrative that positions sobriety as a viable, radical, and empowering lifestyle.
I began writing this blog on my first day of sobriety. I drank quietly in private and have managed to quit just as privately.
How Sober Living for Women in Boynton Beach Can Really Help Your Recovery After Rehab
Alcohol use disorder can have long-term, life threatening effects if left untreated. But while initial treatment can be effective, ongoing support is often critical.
- Born out of Magz’s belief that Friday nights are some of the loneliest and most difficult times in early sobriety she now helps others through them.
- I came across Jenny’s blog after I picked up her book, Furiously Happy.
- The Calm is a sober house in Chiang Mai with a dedicated, passionate & experienced team.
- I have a nice therapist, a supportive family, and have found yoga as the path for me.
- Today, we’ll look at the top 5 sober living home maintenance tasks that most sober living home operators are letting slip through the cracks – only to pay for the deferred maintenance later.
- Particularly poignant is Lazurus’ coming-out story.
While a life in recovery unquestionably beats even our best days in our addictions, the… When I first got sober I was still active on Myspace. So yeah, I’ve been doing this for a little while now, since 2006 actually.
I’ve been thinking about the impact of the real connections that can be built in sober living. Those foundations of friendship can change lives today – and tomorrow. Over the years, I’ve seen some great bonds that began here grow stronger with time. Thanks to social media and familiar faces at meetings, I‘ve kept in touch with some past residents, and it’s joyful to see friendships that flourish and stand the test of time.
From how-to’s and videos to podcasts and guest posts from others in the recovery world – if there’s something you need, chances are Simon has it on his blog. Dawn Nickel and Taryn Strong are the incredible mother/daughter duo behind She Recovers. The She Recovers ladies encourage all pathways of recovery and warmly welcome women who are recovering in all areas of their lives. Sasha describes herself as a quote junkie, a lover of the oxford comma, a whole-hearted INFP, and a believer in miracles that are beyond reasonable to most. Her goal in creating her blog was to help people recover themselves.