"Recovery" Blogs & Blog Posts

The life and times of JeromeThe life and times of Jerome

We are a blog that covers subjects such as recovery, life, HIV/AIDS, religi...

 
Progressive Recovery TodayProgressive Recovery Today

A collection of articles in relation to recovery from addiction in general.

 
My side of the streetMy side of the street

We are a sober based blog. Talking about recovery, HIV?AIDS, religion, theo...

 
Alcoholic Outsider ArtistAlcoholic Outsider Artist

52 year old recovering alcoholic. When I stopped drinking, I started drawin...

 


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 Keeping close, quantified track of personal progress is absolutely imperative for one group of people: recovering alcoholics and drug addicts. And it’s this often isolated segment of society that the startup behind the WeConnect app is ai...

The freshest new online magazine is Guttah Life. A group of friends in recovery came up with the idea while in rehab together. It is full of great articles about Art, Fashion, Sex and Relationships and staying sober. Remember, we art not a glum lot.

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Workout days in your exercise program are simple to follow: you just do the workout. Then, on your “rest days”, you feel like a lost duckling. Do you run on the treadmill? Or maybe do lighter weights ? A bike ride on a unicycle up a mountain sou...

The results of Prince’s autopsy won’t be available for weeks to come, but that hasn’t stemmed the tide of speculation that his cause of death was linked to his use of painkillers. Now, it appears that the beloved megastar died just one day befo...

It Was Me and a Gun 

By Gawker on Apr 28, 2016 in: guns, recovery

The solution came to me while watching the evening news: guns. I’d heard of people doing fire walks, beating pillows with baseball bats—even taking hallucinogens in the Peruvian rainforest. But I needed something more potent than an Amazonian sha...

It Was Me and a Gun 

By Jezebel on Apr 28, 2016 in: guns, recovery

The solution came to me while watching the evening news: guns. I’d heard of people doing fire walks, beating pillows with baseball bats—even taking hallucinogens in the Peruvian rainforest. But I needed something more potent than an Amazonian sha...