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Addiction Recovery and New Years Resolutions

Committing to Recovery on New Years Eve A resolution is defined as, “a firm decision to do or not to do something” and as “the quality of being determined or resolute.” When we make our New Year’s resolutions, we are committing to change our behavior and work towards self-betterment. We are either deciding that during […]

Drinking on New Year’s Eve After Being Sober

What Happens If You Drink on New Years’? A relapse (in most circumstances) refers to the “recurrence of a past condition.” When it comes to drugs and alcohol, relapse refers to a return to drug use or drinking after a period of sobriety. Experiencing a relapse can be extremely difficult. Many things are hard about […]

Why Do Many People Relapse After New Years?

Many Recovering Addicts Relapse on New Years New Year’s Eve is an exciting time – the end of one era and the beginning of another. A time for fresh starts and new opportunities to work towards self-betterment. Many traditions revolve around New Year’s Eve such as getting together with friends or family and watching the […]

New Years Resolution for Getting Sober

New Year’s Resolutions and Addiction Recovery After a year like the one that we have had, there is a good chance that even thinking about resolutions is a little bit too overwhelming. At the start of most years, it is a common tradition to sit down and write out a list of things that we […]