Living Sober

Tips for Living Sober

You worked hard for the ability to be living sober now. With chemical dependency in the rearview mirror, it should be smooth sailing, or is it? In fact, preventing relapse is more complicated than you thought. However, five expert tips for living sober make it possible. At Beaches Recovery, we’re committed to helping our clients…

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Sober Activities Will Keep You That Way

If you are in the process of recovering from substance abuse, a big focus in life will be your sobriety. While getting sober is a considerable achievement, avoiding relapse can also be a big challenge. There are, however, sober activities that you can engage in to maintain your sobriety. Perhaps the best way to maintain…

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What It’s Like to Be Clean and Sober

Living with a drug or alcohol addiction can make you feel utterly hopeless, as though there’s no light at the end of the tunnel. You may even think that living this way is your fate, but that doesn’t have to be the case. You can live clean and sober, allowing you to be the person…

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6 Tips to Staying Sober

After you successfully finish a women’s alcohol rehab program in Florida, it’s time to go back home. Even though you feel proud of your accomplishment, it’s normal to feel anxious about staying sober. Relapse can happen, so take advantage of aftercare programs at your alcohol rehab in Florida. Life skills courses help you transition from…

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How to Fight Drug Cravings

When someone is struggling with drug or alcohol abuse, it can be not easy to imagine a path forward without the substance. Can you envision yourself living sober? With the help of a good-quality rehab facility, it’s possible. The addiction treatment programs at Beaches Recovery offer a broad range of therapeutic services to help individuals…

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How to Host a Gathering for National Recovery Month

September is National Recovery Month. It is a time to reflect and celebrate. If you are enjoying sober living, you know the sense of pride it brings. You have overcome an incredible challenge through dedication and addiction treatment programs. You should be celebrating. Sober events can make that possible. Yet, at Beaches Recovery, we also…

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The Joys of Sober Living

Becoming sober after prolonged substance abuse means the ability to gain a fresh start in most aspects of your life. This fresh start can be full of promise, a time when the natural joys of sober living can be rediscovered. In fact, most people who enter recovery and start living life as sober individuals are…

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Seeking Chemical Dependency Treatment in Florida

There are many reasons why Florida has long been regarded as the “Recovery Capital” of the United States. The Sunshine State is a welcoming environment for patients seeking recovery from all forms of substance abuse and addiction. When you are ready to gain chemical dependency treatment, there is no better place than sunny Florida. What…

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Many Are Willing to Lend a Hand to Help with Addiction

Addiction can be a lonely experience. But you’re not the only person who suffers. Addiction to alcohol or drugs often affects the whole family. Your substance abuse problems likely led to negative behaviors such as lying, missing important family moments and possibly even stealing from those you love. However, you may be surprised to find…

Getting Started with Sober Living at Beaches Recovery

Sober Living at Beaches Recovery

Sober Living: For Those Who Aren’t Ready To Return To “Normal Life” Patients who undergo an extended stay with inpatient treatment without acquiring the skills for sobriety outside of the clinical environment face a higher probability of relapse. Fortunately, sober living is a happy medium for patients who are not ready to resume their regular lives and…