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Years of Sobriety: Now What?

Many people who are years into sobriety will relapse. Why do you think this is? Well, there are many reasons. Some people believe they can drink again after they have been sober for a long time. Others stop working on their recovery, so they relapse. Some people in recovery will hit an obstacle and slip into a relapse. These are just some of the reasons people relapse years into sobriety. If you want to stay sober for the long haul,…...
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Troubles in Paradise: What to Do When Sobriety Isn’t Enough?

When you are in recovery from a drug or alcohol addiction, there are going to be time when you aren't working as hard on your recovery as you maybe should be. You may think that sobriety is enough to get you through. The problem is that recovery is much more than just staying sober. You can't rely on sobriety to keep pushing you through. Yes, there are times when sobriety will be enough. However, in reality, you need more than…...
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Commitment and Your Recovery

There are many things that you will need to do in your recovery. One of those things is commit to your sobriety and recovery. Commitment is one of the things that is going to help you prevent a relapse. There are many things you should know about commitment and your recovery. Before learning more about commitment in your recovery, be sure to remember that your recovering lifestyle is for you. It is to make your life better. The sooner your…...
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Hanging Onto Sobriety When You are Feeling Weak

There are some people who have cravings so strong, they don't know how they are going to stay sober. There are others who don't experience cravings, yet all of a sudden something triggers them to drink. Many people feel weak to alcohol and this causes them to drink again. If you are feeling weak for any reason, after your alcohol or drug rehab stay, it is important to hang onto your sobriety. There are some tips that can help you…...
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