Wrapping Up Alcohol Awareness Month
Each year April is recognized as Alcohol Awareness Month, which is sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD). Despite all the media attention that marijuana and...
Celebrating National Recovery Month
National Recovery Month is an annual observance that occurs every September with events held all over the country. The theme for 2013 is “Join the Voices of Recovery: Together on...
Why Interventions and New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Mix
Many of us look to the New Year as a time to take stock and make some major changes in our lives. You may look on the calendar to set...
Why Do People Act Out Most During the Holidays?
The holiday season involves some of the highest levels of stress throughout the year. This statement holds a large amount of truth for everyone, including both addicts and non-addicts. Although...
A Fresh Start to 2013: A Promise for Sobriety
It might seem strange that New Year’s resolutions are most often made to live healthier, exercise more, to drink less, or to quit drinking entirely, seeing as how these resolutions...