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Are Non-Alcoholic Alternatives Good for People in Recovery?
Tracey L. Kelley | 19 March

The rise of “Dry January” and “Sober October” sparked greater interest in non-alcoholic alternatives. In fact, many celebrities are raising

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Addiction, Loneliness, and Older Adults: The Sad Truth
Tracey L. Kelley | 31 March

Isolation and loneliness have taken a toll on America’s seniors, especially in the aftermath of the pandemic. The unfortunate result

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What to Do If You Could Be Described as a ‘Dry Drunk’
Rob Cline | 22 July

As a rule, you would never find us describing a person as a “drunk” on this blog. It’s unkind and

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How to Make It Through Each Day Without Drinking
Seabrook | 12 July

When you first commit to stop drinking, you’ve taken your first steps on the pathway to sobriety. In the earliest

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Signs of a High-Functioning Alcoholic
Seabrook | 3 April

It’s Alcohol Awareness Month, founded and sponsored by The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (now Facing Addiction with

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It’s COA Awareness Week!
Seabrook | 13 February

This week is COA Awareness Week, an international and national awareness campaign designed by the National Association for Children of

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Everything You Need to Know About Alcohol Rehab
Seabrook | 7 September

Ninety-five percent of people with alcohol abuse disorder do not believe they are an alcoholic let alone need alcohol rehab.

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April Is Alcohol Awareness Month
Seabrook | 4 April

This month marks the 31st celebration of Alcohol Awareness Month, founded and sponsored by The National Council on Alcoholism and

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Sober Super Bowl Sunday
Seabrook | 2 February

This weekend the Philadelphia Eagles will be battling the New England Patriots for the NFL Championship. Millions of people across

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Fear Of…
Seabrook | 11 July

Fear is a big part of recovery. It is not always a bad thing. We had fear when we were

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