Recovery is a lifelong journey, including the relapses, the therapy appointments, the cravings, and the successes. Get tips to strengthen your recovery and help you to live a healthy, happy sobriety.

Happy Hormones and the Science of Addiction

"Happy hormones" help with joy, relationships, and regulating stress and anxiety. Read how addiction can disrupt these hormones and what to do.

What is Kratom? Everything You Need to Know

Kratom use is surging in the US. People are seeking out the drug for its calming and stimulating effects, but they are also unaware of the harmful side effects and risk of addiction.
Mental Health

Trauma Bonding: What is it and What You Should Know

Trauma bonding is an insecure attachment that happens in romantic situations but can also present itself in other ways. Learn more about trauma bonding here.

4 Things That Are Keeping You Up at Night

When you can't get enough sleep, you can't function. Learn how to get better sleep at night with a few easy lifestyle changes.
Addiction Treatment

How to Find the Right Sponsor in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Recovery is a lifelong journey that requires support from others. Learn how to find the right sponsor in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).

Can Binge Drinking Lead to Liver Disease?

Heavy drinking has many effects on the body. Explore the link between binge drinking and liver disease and what you can do.

Making Amends: How to Repair the Damage Caused by Active Addiction

Making amends is part of the 12 Step process and is beneficial to long-term recovery. Why it matters and how you and your loved one can heal from past trauma.

Tips for Moms in Recovery, From a Mom in Recovery

It can be difficult to maintain sobriety, family, and self-care as a mom in recovery. Find out tips on how to be a sober (and happy!) parent.

Emotional Sobriety: Why Giving Up Drugs and Alcohol Isn’t Enough

Sobriety does not stop at abstaining from drugs and alcohol. Emotional sobriety helps us stay in recovery and become the best version of ourselves.

What to Expect at Your First AA Meeting

If you have never attended a 12 Step meeting before, the idea of walking into a room full of strangers and sharing your story can be intimidating. To make your first meeting a bit easier, here are some tips from others in recovery.
Addiction Treatment

Impacted By Your Loved One’s Drug or Alcohol Addiction? How to Get Help

Living with addiction in your household can take a toll on the entire family. You need to care for your own well-being too. See how to get help for yourself today.

Stories of Transformation: Ezra W.

Ezra overdosed on marijuana but still continued to use the drug. Learn how he found sobriety, became an AA supporter, and is living a life he never thought possible.