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What is Dry Drunk Syndrome?

What is Dry Drunk Syndrome?

Dry drunk syndrome is a phrase first used by Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) to describe a set of behaviors that may develop after someone has become sober. Even though they are no longer using, their behavior suggests otherwise and can impact their recovery. Someone with...
How Pets Can Support Recovery

How Pets Can Support Recovery

Pets & Recovery Not only are pets cute and cuddly, but they can play an important role in recovery as well. Recovery can often bring on strong feelings of boredom or loneliness. Those in recovery may have difficulty finding new sober friends or activities they can...
Ways to Celebrate Being Sober

Ways to Celebrate Being Sober

Overcoming an addiction to drugs or alcohol deserves to be celebrated. It takes courage, determination, and persistence to stay sober, and each day you succeed is a reason to celebrate. When to Celebrate Sobriety You can celebrate being sober whenever you please. Some...