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Telling family members about your recovery

How to Talk to Your Family About Recovery During the Holidays

By Tori Utley

Whether they're supportive or critical, your family will probably ask about your recovery this holiday season. Here are 4 thing... Continue Reading

The Search and Rescue Process of Recovery

By Toshia Humphries

In active addiction, the only priority becomes the substance of choice. Family, friends, jobs, beloved pets and even children g... Continue Reading

Friendships throughout time

The Changing Tides of Friendships From Addiction to Recovery

By Lisa OBrien

One writer shares how herself and her friendships have evolved over the course of her recovery. Continue Reading

The Importance of Confidentiality in the Recovery Process

By Heather Adams

The promise that the information exchanged will remain safe is of prime importance in a support group setting or even in all co... Continue Reading

I'm in Love with an Alcoholic: A Revelation That Ended a Toxic Relationship

By Toshia Humphries

One writer shares the ups and downs she experienced loving someone who is drowning in their alcohol problem. Continue Reading

couple holding hands

7 Signs You Are in a Relationship With a Narcissist

By Lisa OBrien

A narcissist needs extreme validation regularly to feel satisfied and wants you to be their source despite the cost of your own... Continue Reading