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Practicing Moderation in Recovery

Megan LawrenceThe Recovery Village

Even with over two years of recovery under my belt, there are still some areas of my life that I constantly have to work on. ... Read more
January 17th 2018
Megan Lawrence
The Recovery Village

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Recovery Revolves Around Resolutions

Megan LawrenceThe Recovery Village

This is the time of year when people are busy writing down the goals they want to achieve over the next 12 months. Many of ... Read more
January 6th 2018
Megan Lawrence
The Recovery Village

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Why It’s Okay to Talk About Mental Illness

Megan LawrenceMental Health

If you spend part of your day around people in an office, at school, at a coffee shop, or any other public place, you’ve probably met someone who struggles with mental illness.
December 27th 2017
Megan Lawrence
Mental Health

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Sober Holiday Season

Megan LawrenceThe Recovery Village

Regardless of how long you’ve been sober, the holiday season is often the time of year where your recovery is challenged the most. With countless ... Read more
December 23rd 2017
Megan Lawrence
The Recovery Village

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5 Ways to Cope with Holiday Anxiety

Megan LawrenceRecovery, Sober Living

There are a handful of emotions that we are expected to feel when the holiday season rolls around....
December 16th 2017
Megan Lawrence
Recovery, Sober Living

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Thriving With Mental Illness Starts With Acceptance

Megan LawrenceCo-occurring Disorders

Mental illness is one of those “hush-hush” topics that very few are completely open about...
December 9th 2017
Megan Lawrence
Co-occurring Disorders

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You Are More Than a Label: How to Overcome Judgement

Megan LawrenceSober Living

Labels are something that everyone must deal with at some point in their life.
December 4th 2017
Megan Lawrence
Sober Living

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Sobriety in Your 20s Doesn’t Mean You’re Missing Out

Megan LawrenceSober Living

If you would have told me five years ago that I would become sober at the age of 23, I would have laughed in your face.
November 28th 2017
Megan Lawrence
Sober Living

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Is Change Possible Before Hitting “Rock Bottom”?

Megan LawrenceAddiction / Recovery Stories, Hope

“Rock bottom” can be described as a person’s lowest point after making a string of questionable choices.
November 26th 2017
Megan Lawrence
Addiction / Recovery Stories, Hope