9 Reasons Helping Someone Else Can Help You


When you are in recovery, you do a lot of work focusing on yourself and the ways you can improve your life and your world view to find more peace and happiness. It may seem that recovery is all about … Continue reading

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Notable Sober Celebrity Stories


Famous people rule our country. We look to celebrities for what to wear, what cars to drive, and where to be seen, among other things, so let’s also look at people in the public eye who have worked hard to … Continue reading

Kelly Osbourne Comes Clean On Drug Addiction, Eating Issues And Depression


“I knew if I didn’t get help, I would die,” Kelly Osbourne told People Magazine in March of 2009 when she got sober. Kelly had six unsuccessful stints in rehab before she got the root of her difficulties with drug … Continue reading

Myths And Facts About Bipolar Disorder


In today’s world, learning about the who, what, when, where and why on any topic is as easy as turning on the TV or tapping one’s fingers across a keyboard. The question is however, how accurate is that information? The … Continue reading

Affordable Care Act Will Help People Struggling With Substance Abuse


Many people suffer from substance abuse, but have trouble receiving the necessary help. This makes it difficult for these people to turn their lives around. Fortunately, a change in the health care bill may help them secure the coverage they … Continue reading

Do We Need To Revamp Rehab After Corey Monteith’s Overdose?


The recent death of popular Glee actor Corey Monteith has many people wondering why he was not able to win the battle against his drug addiction. For someone who was very public about his struggles with drugs and his desire … Continue reading

6 Industries That Are More Prone To Substance Abuse


It’s no secret that substance abuse is a major issue in the United States. What may be surprising, however, is the effect that substance abuse has on productivity and the workplace across the country. It’s estimated that 500 billion workdays … Continue reading