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Will I Have a Purpose When I Get Sober?

Will I Have a Purpose When I Get Sober?

You may hear frequently about the search for purpose in someone’s life. There are those types of people that just seem to know right away what they are meant to do and then there are others that struggle to fathom what their destiny is at all. Finding a purpose while...

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Why Do I Need to Have Reliance in Recovery Principles?

Why Do I Need to Have Reliance in Recovery Principles?

The sentiments of Faith, Hope, Love, and Honesty when heard may usually be pushed off as something completely religious. These are the words, however, that are used in recovery to implicate the principles that one should live by to stay sober. 12-Step programs, such...

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How Drugs and Sex Trafficking Can Go Hand in Hand

How Drugs and Sex Trafficking Can Go Hand in Hand

Sex trafficking has become a big concern around the world, especially in the last few years. In fact, the statistics of drug trafficking are quite disturbing. Sex trafficking is the largest growing criminal operation in the world. $99 billion dollars is made each year...

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How Can I Be of Service When I Have Nothing to Give?

How Can I Be of Service When I Have Nothing to Give?

One of the fundamentals in recovery is to be of service to those around you. In early sobriety, this can be a daunting task when you may not have a whole lot of confidence stemming from your addiction. There is a commonality with most people that come into a recovery...

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How to Use Forgiveness in Your Recovery

How to Use Forgiveness in Your Recovery

Forgiveness is not an easy act to carry out for many people. Trying to let go of past transgressions is sometimes quite difficult to pull the trigger on. The misconception of forgiveness is that it is more for the other person than it is for yourself. Forgiveness is...

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Why Are States Suing Pharmaceutical Companies?

Why Are States Suing Pharmaceutical Companies?

Since 1998 with the Big Tobacco take down, there has not been as crucial of a lawsuit that have formed than the ones that have been established in the past year against Big Pharma. The opioid crisis has created another potential case that could make the pharmaceutical...

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Tips to Act on What We Know in Recovery

Tips to Act on What We Know in Recovery

When we get into recovery, we begin to hear many things that are intended to disturb us about our addiction. The formation of our recovery is based on coming to grips that we can no longer do what we are doing, or we will just keep getting what we are getting. To be...

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Ways to Have Heart in Sobriety

Ways to Have Heart in Sobriety

To become addicted to drugs and alcohol is usually not what someone desires to do when they grow up. For a percentage of people, it becomes inevitable that substance abuse is what their destiny will be due to genetic, social, and environmental elements in their life....

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Should Parents Give Alcohol to Their Underage Teens?

Should Parents Give Alcohol to Their Underage Teens?

Teens have an 86 percent chance of already drinking alcohol before their twenty first birthday. Some will abstain while others will sneak it out of their house or their friend’s house, steal it from the store, get an older friend or sibling to purchase it for them, or...

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