It’s a new year, and with a new year comes new commitments and new decisions. For those struggling with addiction, now is the time to get better. Now is the time to seek treatment and finally step away from drug and alcohol abuse.
The list of daily healthy activities we should maintain is a long one. Most people know that getting a decent night’s rest is essential for our health, but why? Why is sleep crucial to health, and why is it so important for recovering addicts to get plenty of rest?
A big part of maintaining a happy, fulfilling life of sobriety comes from sticking to a healthy diet.
For many addicts in recovery, engaging in the fine arts can be a significant boon to their recovery.
Just about everyone enjoys listening to music. Music makes people feel good. Listening to music is calming, relaxing, soothing, enlightening, uplifting. Listening to music is simply a fun thing to do. There are hundreds of music styles and millions of different songs out there.
There are many benefits to hitting the gym for those in recovery. Read on to find out why.
When a person is recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, their primary incentive is to heal, to grow, to flourish and prosper, to improve themselves and others, all while avoiding the risk of relapse.
How does one celebrate recovery during the good, the bad, and the everyday? Here we have the real concern, the real question to be asking. This is very relevant, as “how to” and “do it yourself” are highly valued in a recovery setting.