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Advocating in recovery

Advocating for Ourselves In Sobriety: We are Worth It

I’m a person with a chronic, critical illness that lands me in the healthcare settings more than the average person, and I have let people speak down to and shame me, rather than advocate for myself.

Pain isn’t Failure

After exhausting all other options, my doctor suggested a script. When he said the name of that dreaded narcotic painkiller, I almost puked on the floor of his office.

Is My Daughter Destined for Alcoholism?

I sat there, a little over two years sober, wondering if my daughter was doomed to end up like me—an alcoholic. My father is an alcoholic. So was his mother. My husband is also an alcoholic.

An Open Letter To Friends Who Don’t Understand Addiction

Thinking of addiction with an all-or-nothing mentality does nothing but feed into “Us vs. Them” and the stigma associated with addiction.

Sober Mommies Why is Anonymity So Confusing

Why is Anonymity in Recovery So Confusing?

I accidentally forgot recovery is meant to be locked in a basement and never spoken about. Anonymity doesn’t have to be complicated.