Blog

Home / Blog
family support
How to Help a Loved One Stay Sober
Seabrook | 23 August

When someone you love has admitted they need help for their addiction and have entered treatment, you should admire them

Read More
sober fun at night
How Can You Have Fun at Night Without Drinking?
Seabrook | 16 August

In recovery, nighttime may take on an entirely new meaning as you contemplate life without drinking. After all, it’s common

Read More
sleep
How to Get Better-Quality Sleep in Addiction Recovery
Seabrook | 9 August

These days, almost every adult seems to be sleep-deprived, but lack of sleep is a particular challenge for people in

Read More
shame
Coming to Terms With Shame in Recovery
Seabrook | 2 August

Everyone struggles with shame and guilt occasionally, but these feelings are especially common for those in early recovery. While you

Read More
negative emotions
How to Handle Negative Emotions in Addiction Recovery
Seabrook | 26 July

In the initial phases of drug recovery, you can initially feel as if you are on top of the world.

Read More
relapse prevention plan
Tips for Creating a Relapse Prevention Plan
Seabrook | 19 July

You have worked hard to get sober and maintain your health and wellness after long-term drug or alcohol use. A

Read More
make it through each day without drinking
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

Read More
first year of sobriety
What to Expect in Your First Year of Sobriety
Seabrook | 5 July

Like everything else in life, addiction recovery is a highly personalized experience. As much as you might wish sobriety came

Read More
summer sobriety
Navigating the Challenges of Summer Sobriety
Seabrook | 28 June

July 4 is right around the corner, and for many of us, that means a day off enjoying the company

Read More
deaths of despair
“Deaths of Despair” Reach All-Time Highs in the U.S.
Seabrook | 21 June

A sobering new report, released earlier this month by the Commonwealth Fund, sheds more light on the lack of progress

Read More