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Understanding and Overcoming Anonymity in Addiction Recovery

May 14, 2014
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Anonymous (adj.)
– (of a person) not identified by name; of unknown name
– Having no outstanding, individual, or unusual features, unremarkable or impersonal

Anonymity (noun)
– The condition of being anonymous
– Lack of outstanding, individual, or unusual features; impersonality

Alcoholics Anonymous Tradition 12

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The Consequences of Addiction in Recovery

February 20, 2014
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Whenever drug abuse, chemical dependency, addiction or alcoholism are discussed, inevitably there will be talk of consequences. There are physical consequences, mental and emotional consequences, health-related consequences, financial consequences and social consequences. If you’ve ever watched “Intervention” on television (or one of the many shows that […]

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Overcoming Addiction for your New Year’s Resolutions…Take Action

December 31, 2013
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It’s New Year’s Eve. The dawn of a new year. The last day before 2014. A New Year offers excitement, hope and the chance for many people that the New Year will bring new happiness, better outcomes and chances to put the bad behind them and […]

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Holiday Stress a Real Thing for Addicts & Alcoholics

December 24, 2013
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Today is Christmas Eve. Tomorrow is Christmas. Shortly, it will be New Year’s Eve and then we begin 2014. For many people, this is the most wonderful time of year. A time of family and friends, a time to give thanks and be merry, a time to […]

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