Six Tips To Cope with Anxiety

Six Tips To Cope with Anxiety

It’s so normalized in society to refer to feelings as “good” and “bad” that when we experience any negative emotion, like anxiety, we assume it’s something to avoid. However, anxiety is a normal response to stressful situations — it’s the body’s warning system....
8 Signs You May Be Suffering with Depression

8 Signs You May Be Suffering with Depression

Despite the common misperception that happiness is a state of mind, it’s perfectly normal to experience a bad mood, or feel stressed — that’s part of everyday life. The reality of most people’s lives is that we can experience stressful times: working long hours, debt,...
Peer-based Pathways of Recovery

Peer-based Pathways of Recovery

22 million Americans are in recovery from substance use disorders. A leading study showed that a little over half of us recover with assisted means, the most common of which are  peer-based or mutual-aid pathways of recovery. Perhaps the most well-known are 12-step...
5 Delicious Sober Mocktails

5 Delicious Sober Mocktails

With the rise of the sober curious movement, the demand for sober mocktails and social events sans booze are becoming increasingly popular. And that’s great for the 22 million of us in recovery, because life should be fun and have lots of inclusive options.  The...
What is Recovery Coaching?

What is Recovery Coaching?

Recovery coaching and life coaching are not all that different – they just have a different focus. According to the International Coach Federation, coaching is defined as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to...