A Society of Sobriety


We live in a society where alcohol is included in almost every event. Thousands of people die every year from drinking related incidents. When we are stressed, bored or emotionally wrecked, many of us turn to drinking and drug abuse. The goal of this blog is to educate others on the dangers of alcohol/drug abuse, support those in recovery and show others that life can be more fulfilling when we learn to become self-aware and deal with our issues in a healthy way. We need the support of those who choose to live without alcohol and drugs. Whether you are a recovering addict/alcoholic, a friend or family member of an alcoholic, or simply a person who chooses to stay alcohol and drug free as an example to others, we need your support and feedback. You can support us by sharing your stories, experiences and wisdom.

Our Journey


I am a mom of 3 beautiful children and married to a recovering addict/acoholic. He recently had a replase and has gotten into legal trouble. My blog discusses how are family is coping and thriving despite the chaos.

No body knows the trouble I've been through
by Karen Drew about 3 years ago
My Heart is Broken Again
by Karen Drew over 3 years ago

Christian Rehab Center in Florida


Recovery Associates’ Christian program is comprised of professional and compassionate staff with years of experience. However, in addition to the support and guidance of licensed Christian therapists and certified addictions counsellors, there is the added benefit of a faith and prayer based approach to overcoming your struggle with addiction.

The Privileged Addict


The Privileged Addict blog is a forum about spiritual growth and action, addiction and recovery, and Twelve Step principles. The wisdom of the Twelve Step process is the same wisdom contained within the core of any religious or spiritual tradition throughout time. These are universal principles and actions that can promote change, growth and healing in anyone, regardless of what ails you.

The Addiction Complex


A Jungian, depth psychological exploration… I quote & blog on the fields of addiction, trauma and symbolism; acknowledging metaphor as an expressive medium, an understanding and experience of psyche.

Dissociation and Addiction: The Dilemma of Emotion
by Erik J. Welsh, PhD over 4 years ago
Addiction, Schema, and Reason: Emotions and Cognitive Structures
by Erik J. Welsh, PhD over 4 years ago

Solstice Recovery


Observing the Complexities and Treatment of Addiction: This blog acknowledges the various complexities of addiction by looking at what methods of treatment are utilized in working with addition in addition to observing how addiction and life experiences affect oneself. We are looking to acknowledge the events which occur in the field of psychology and psychiatry, while looking beyond our professions to provide a place of dialogue regarding addiction.

Twisted Inside the Mind of a Drug Addict


The day to day Life of a now clean and recovering addict and the struggles to live a new way after being hopelessly addicted for over 30 years.

Substance Abuse


Blog provides information and outpatient program information

Michelle Lisa Anderson


Support, Hope and Healing for Loving A Man Who Has Substance Abuse Issues Or Drinks Too Much

Saint Jude's Addiction Blog


Saint Judes Addiction Blog presents information to those in need to overcome drugs and alcohol in a complete different way. Addiction is Not a Disease!

Sober Courage


Sober Courage is an inspirational blog about finding empowerment and courage to face life without alcohol. It is a blog about dropping the social stigma and celebrating sobriety!

Web Quit Smoking Guide


Quit smoking guide is an online quit resource, with content tailored towards making you quit smoking for good.

Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers Delray Beach


We are providing services for Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment Delray Beach and giving special outpatient treatments of alcoholism. You can find outpatient treatments for drugs with reduce rate.

Ellie in Transit


I'm Ellie, I'm 27 years old, and I am a recovering heroin addict. I am new to recovery, and my blog focuses on my journey while I try to navigate my way to a better life. In sharing my triumphs, my failures, my fears, my thoughts, and my gratitudes, I hope to maintain my sobriety, improve my mental, emotional, and physical well-being, and hopefully in the process of helping myself, I can help someone else who is struggling with addiction, whether it be their own, or understanding the addiction of a family member.