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Celebrating holidays recovery

CELEBRATING HOLIDAYS RECOVERY

12 ways Inspire Recovery recommends for celebrating holidays in recovery

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do i drink too much alcohol

DO I DRINK TOO MUCH ALCOHOL

Do I drink to much alcohol? Chances are if you are questioning your drinking habits, there is a problem. Alcohol has ingrained itself in LGBTQ culture.

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rehab crystal meth addiction

REHAB CRYSTAL METH ADDICTION

Should I go to rehab for my crystal meth addiction? Yes. Treatment at a crystal meth rehab can help you kick this drug and get your life back on track.

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why do people think drugs are cool

WHY DO PEOPLE THINK DRUGS ARE COOL

By Martel Bird NAVIGATING RECOVERY Why do people think drugs are cool? Hanging out at a club on a Friday night and I’m just minding my own business. I don’t drink or “party” anymore, but I still like the nightlife for socializing. A young man asks me for a cigarette. I give him one. In…

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social-media-and-recovery

SOCIAL MEDIA AND RECOVERY

Is social media helping or hurting your recovery.

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RELEASING OLD ADDICTION STORY

releasing old addiction story inspire recovery lgbt rehab

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tempting distractions inspire recovery lgbt blog

TEMPTING DISTRACTIONS

Tempting Distractions – They became more concerned about work and money than their recovery. Sometimes falling love or lust comes before recovery.

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let go of codependency inspire recovery

HOW TO LET GO OF CODEPENDENCY AND TAKE CARE

Let go of codependency. Taking care of yourself by learning to enjoy you! Like addiction, codependency can be damaging to a person’s mental health.

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addiction wins support grieving families

WHEN ADDICTION WINS

When addiction wins: Support for grieving families. They should be supported to come forward and share their stories without fear of shame or stigma.

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