How and Why to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

How and Why to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

In March, we posted about AA and NA words of wisdom, including HALT, the concept that relapse is more likely when someone is hungry, angry, lonely, or tired. Staying nourished, connected with a support network, and well-rested can make recovery easier. In this post,...
Alcohol Awareness Month: Rethinking Drinking

Alcohol Awareness Month: Rethinking Drinking

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, a good time to reflect on drinking habits and, if needed, to discover the help available to make a change. Unhealthy drinking is prevalent in the United States, and a national survey found that heavy drinking increased during the...
National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Knowledge is power. Early identification and treatment are key. As we conclude National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, an annual campaign to raise awareness of eating disorders and the array of available support, it is important to know the signs of those struggling...
Alcohol Awareness Month: Rethinking Drinking

Bring the Best of Dry January to the Rest of the Year

Dry January has become a popular tradition, a collective movement to avoid alcohol throughout the month of January. The benefits range from saving money and losing weight to restoring clarity and willpower for the year’s resolutions. Some want to stave off seasonal...