Sober Living Today! Blog
Mindfulness is a form of meditation that is recommended to people who suffer from anxiety and stress. Mindfulness can help you live in the moment, let go of negative emotions, and get in touch with yourself and your emotions in a positive manner. When you practice mindfulness on a daily basis, you’ll find that your […]
Getting clean is a challenge, but once you’ve gotten through the detox and the first few months of recovery, you may wonder what else there is. Meetings and support groups are a great way to get out your feelings and learn more about yourself. But you can’t spend 24 hours a day working on yourself. […]
Use Vision boards to start the New Year goal setting! This sober living does many activities during the year and favor our vision board activity night. We do these boards always in January and through out the year when someone new comes in and wants to put there goal on a board. We feel that […]
How to have a safe happy New Year party in Sober Living? It is a difficult transaction to go from the life of the party to drinking coffee in a sober living home in North County San Diego. It is almost culture shock and a needed change for someone that has the physical allergy to […]
This holiday season doesn't have to make you broke or stressed about spending too much money. We all have special attributes that are unique and desirable. Some people know what these special attributes are automatically and for some it may not be as obvious. Let's explore what that may be for you - ask the […]
Best advice is to stop worrying and make the most of it. If you’re busy and you have a lot of events and a lot of family members to see, embrace it and welcome the connections, After all, not everyone is lucky enough to be so in demand for the holidays.
Develop a plan to protect your sobriety ahead of any holiday event and activity that could potentially trigger relapse to substance abuse. This may mean going to a Twelve Step meeting before or after the event, attending the festivities with your sponsor or a sober friend, or making sure you can leave the gathering at […]