"Recovery" Blogs & Blog Posts

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...

 
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...

 
Alcoholic Outsider ArtistAlcoholic Outsider Artist

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

 


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Pss. 136:1 "O give thanks unto the Lord; for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever."The day came where it was time for me to be transported to the Nursing Home/Rehab center, I cried for more than one reason, I was losing all the familiarity I h...

So you went back out, and you either DRANK or USED or BOTH. What happens now ? What happens with all that time you banked, before you walked out the door ? Do you loose that time, or does that time still matter ? There are two schools of thought on t...

Rest days are a standard part of exercise programs, but they’re not the only way to avoid overworking yourself. Let’s look at the difference between rest and recovery, and when you can bend the rules.Read more...

If you have trouble figuring out the best way to stretch a particular muscle, try this chart that has a huge range of stretches for each body part. The stretches are arranged into easy, medium, and hard categories, so if the stretches you know don’...

The hardest part of sticking to a workout routine may be starting, but the second-hardest part is showing up to the next workout when everything feels like fire. You’re not off the hook, though! Staying home actually isn’t your best plan of actio...

Last week the California Highway Patrol office up in snowy Truckee shared a photo of something I’d never seen before– snow traction devices that work like zip-ties. The cops used it to illustrate “what not to do” but the concept is actually p...