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So You Don’t Think AA Is Going To Work For You?

              A lot of people don’t think that AA is going to work for them. AA, Alcoholics Anonymous, and similar twelve step programs don’t work for everyone. However, the universality of the spiritual experience in recovery has brought a solution to the problem of alcoholism for millions of people around the world. Alcoholics Anonymous …Read More

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H.A.L.T. The Four Warning Signs In Recovery

                  Halt, who goes there? It’s you, heading toward a cranky mood, an argument, or in an extreme case, relapse, if you don’t meet the needs being identified to you right now. HALT stands for Hungry, Angry, Lonely, and Tired. When a recovering addict or alcoholic gets too far into any one …Read More

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Saying “No” In Recovery

                  “No” is a complete sentence. With just two words and a period, or an exclamation mark, you have a simple assertion. What does such a small word mean? As an exclamation, “no” is “used to give a negative response”. “No” can also mean something is forbidding, rejected, and opposed. As addicts …Read More

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What Are The Benefits Of Swimming As A Daily Exercise In Recovery?

                Swimming is way to connect to water, one of the earth’s natural elements. If you have the chance to swim during recovery, there are many benefits. Physical Benefits Of Swimming For Recovery? Gravity in water relieves the body of stiffness in the joints. Detox from drugs and alcohol can cause the entire …Read More