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Recovery Doesn't Vacation
It is important for all of us to get away from the day-to-day. It is equally important that we never lose sight of the fact that there are no vacations from recovery.
Faith in Action
Women's meetings are so vital to recovery. We may not even share the same addiction but if we are in recovery we have an obligation to extend a hand to our sisters. Be a meeting maker from the ground up!
The Lesser of Two Evils
Most of us have more than one addiction but the addiction to nicotine not only seems the most common but is one of the most difficult to get rid of. If you smoke maybe it is time to make a decision for YOU.
The Recovery Boat
We are given tools that become lifelines to our success in recovery but we must use them all of the time. When we don't, these lines break and put us in real danger.
The Butterflies of Recovery
A light, whimsical way of looking at our self-esteem and our outer selves. True beauty does come from within but isn't it nice to feel healthier and be a more beautiful you? If that is not what you are feeling or seeing take a lesson from the butterflies.
A Life-Changing Decision
Step Three is to make a very important decision that will change your life. Are you ready and can you really turn it over? This is not an easy Step to take and this article is only a small part of what this Step is all about.
Mother's Day is one of the most celebrated days of the year. Not every woman is a mother but we are all daughters. Examine your own relationship, past or present, with your mom. Are/were you the best daughter you could be?
The Importance of Sharing
Sharing is one of the most important aspects of recovery. Here are a few ways you can share your message.
A Pill for Sober Living?
Medical science has made great strides in the development of meds for drug and alcohol addiction. But will addicts see this as an easy fix to their disease? Recovery programs cannot take a back seat to meds for addictions.
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