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Staying Sober on St. Patrick’s Day

While drinking is a common feature of most holidays, there are only few where it seems to be the main event–New Year’s Eve, Mardi Gras, and St. Patrick’s Day. When you live in certain areas, just leaving the house puts you at risk of getting drunk. If you’re in recovery, St. Patrick’s Day can beRead More

Why Sobriety Should Be Your Only Valentine This Year

With Valentine’s Day approaching, you might be seeing ads featuring happy couples–happy because they bought something expensive, probably. Or maybe it reminds you of past Valentine’s Days you celebrate with wine and romantic dinners. Seeing all these happy couples around Happy Couples’ Day makes some single people feel lonely or depressed. Now that you’re inRead More

How to Say No at a Holiday Party

We live in a drinking culture and no matter how fastidious you are about avoiding situations that might tempt you to drink, you can never avoid them entirely. One such situation is the holiday party. Quite often, holiday cheer comes in a bottle, or sometimes a punch bowl. You might have all kinds of conflictingRead More

How Do I Stay Sober on New Year’s Eve?

New Year’s Eve is the biggest party night of the year. You can turn on the TV and watch revelers from London to Tokyo welcome the new year. If you are in recovery, it’s a holiday that can be especially challenging. You may be invited to parties. If you are out in public, even moreRead More

Why New Year’s Eve In Rehab isn’t a Bad Thing

New Year’s Eve is the biggest party night of the year. It’s the one holiday predicated on staying up late and drinking a toast at midnight. New Year’s Eve celebrations around the world are televised and seems like the whole world is having a party. If you are in treatment, you might feel like youRead More