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We’re As Sober As Our Driving

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 6, 2019 12:37:42 PM / by John MacDougall posted in Recovery, Sober Housing, alcohol abuse, AA Big Book, Alcohol & Health

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“I don’t mean driving under the influence of alcohol, I mean driving under the influence of anger, resentment, and ego. “You’re in MY lane!” “You’re in MY way!” “You cut ME off!”"

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For it is in giving that we receive

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 17, 2019 8:00:00 AM / by John D. posted in Alcoholics Anonymous, Recovery, AA meetings, 12 steps of aa, Men's Sober Residential, Women's Sober Residential

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Every A.A. group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.” (Tradition Seven of the 12 Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous)"

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Deciding Where to Put my Power

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 27, 2019 12:29:53 PM / by Sherry Gaugler-Stewart posted in Alcoholics Anonymous, alcoholism, Recovery, 12 steps of aa, Family Sober Support

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“Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character."

- Step 6 from the Al-Anon Family Groups

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Tips to Avoid Getting Tipsy During the Holiday Season

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 5, 2018 9:30:00 AM / by John D. posted in family recovery, alcoholism, Recovery, Sober Housing, Family Sober Support

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Staying sober during the holidays can be a challenge. Alcohol permeates so many traditions associated with this time-of-year. From baking recipes that call for alcohol, to festive holiday drinks that are spiked, to toasts at the end of year, all of these traditions seem to revolve around alcohol. However, now that your life no longer revolves around alcohol, perhaps its time to make some new holiday traditions.

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Detachment with Respect

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 17, 2018 12:06:56 PM / by Sherry Gaugler-Stewart posted in family recovery, alcoholism, Recovery, alcohol abuse, Family Sober Support

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Slamming doors. Broken dishes. Arguments that the neighbors could hear clearly. Tears. Unkind words. And, conversely the resonant sound of hostile silence. The disease of alcoholism had wedged itself into the middle of our marriage.

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Serving Those Who Have Served

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 15, 2017 10:00:00 AM / by John D. posted in alcoholism, Recovery, Recovery Program, Treatment Program, help group

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This time of year always finds me reflecting on the men and women who have served in our Armed Forces. Veterans Day, Pearl Harbor Day, the anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, the anniversary of the Tet Offensive all take place at this time of year. Additionally, from now through New Year’s Eve we will see TV commercials from service women and men who are overseas wishing loved ones back home a merry and happy holiday season.

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Chasing Waterfalls: My Path To Self-Discovery

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 11, 2017 10:24:43 AM / by Kara F posted in Alcoholics Anonymous, Recovery, women in recovery, AA meetings, Women's Sober Residential

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      Facing the new and the uncomfortable can be hard and terrifying work! This life in recovery has so many blessings and rewards, but it’s not always easy to walk the path in front of you in order to reach deeper understanding and more beautiful moments of growth in life. We must move through the hard and uncomfortable, knowing it is temporary, to keep growing spiritually and enjoy the blessings that await.

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One Day at a Time.

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 30, 2016 9:00:00 AM / by Jenna L. posted in alcoholism, Recovery, Sober Housing, Support Group, Chemical Dependency

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This simple phrase I’ve been hearing since I walked into the rooms of recovery. Today I realize it means just as much to me now as it did when I couldn't stop obsessing over a drink.

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On Thanksgiving Day I am Grateful.

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 23, 2016 9:00:00 AM / by John MacDougall posted in Alcoholics Anonymous, Recovery, AA meetings, Men's Sober Residential, Women's Sober Residential

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Being a Functional Adult in Recovery

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 3, 2016 9:00:00 AM / by Jenna L. posted in Alcoholics Anonymous, Recovery, women in recovery, AA meetings, Drugs Adiction

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