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Is Alcoholism Inherited or Learned?

For years, alcoholism was seen by many as a family trait that was passed down from generation to generation mercilessly, often...

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Surviving the Holidays without Alcohol

Whether the holidays are a happy time or a lonely or sad time, or perhaps some of both, the alcohol flows...

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Saying Goodbye to Alcohol

When alcohol controls our lives more than we do, it is time to say goodbye. When our health, relationships, work, legal...

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Recovery During the Holidays in 2020

The holidays can be a difficult time to be sober. Traditional social gatherings often have an excess of alcohol and other...

How to Stop Drinking Alcohol

Maybe you’ve found yourself reaching for a drink without thinking about it. Or maybe you’ve started to drink when you feel...

Alcohol and its effect on the Brain

Nobody plans on becoming addicted to alcohol. For some, what started as something to help us relax or have a good...

St. Patrick’s Day and Alcohol

If you have a complicated relationship with alcohol, holidays like St. Patrick’s Day can be tough. If you’re struggling with drinking,...

Signs of a Drinking Problem

Drinking is a part of many social situations. It seems like it’s woven into the fabric of college campuses. Coworkers might...

Avoid Parole Violation by Attending a Substance Education Program

For those struggling with substance use disorders, arrests and altercations with law enforcement are not uncommon. Getting the necessary drug/alcohol education...

The Benefits of Employment in Recovery

Supporting employees in recovery from a substance use disorder can have substantial benefits in the long term — both for you...

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