10 Tips To Reduce Your Alcohol Intake

You may be thinking it’s time to take control of your drinking, prepare yourself for a detox, want to become sober or even just to reduce your alcohol intake, whatever the reason, following the tips and techniques below will help you to successfully achieve your goals.

These tips and techniques will help you to reduce your alcohol intake. Find out all you need to know here!…

Self Reassurance Is A Powerful Tool In Addiction & Recovery

Self reassurance is a powerful tool when it comes to overcoming active addiction, cravings, urges, temptations, stress and our mental health. Learning to use and implement this easy technique is a must if you want to ensure you have the best knowledge and skills to successfully navigate a lifelong recovery journey…

Changing Phone Numbers And Social Media Accounts

One of the best initial decisions you can make when you feel you are ready to leave active addiction behind and enter into recovery is to change your phone number and delete those who you know that still use or drink from social media platforms. Find out why here…

Mindfulness, What Is It And Can It Help Me?

Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s happening around us.

Mindfulness also allows us to choose beneficial choices and identify negative ones. It helps with cravings, urges, temptations, mental health, physical health, relationships and many more!

Find out all you need to know and more inside this extremely comprehensive guide for mindfulness!…

Knowing And Overcoming Your Triggers

Knowing what your triggers are, what you need to do in order to avoid them and what to do should something trigger your cravings or temptations to use drugs or drink alcohol unexpectedly is a vital skill everyone needs to learn to successfully remain in recovery and avoid lapsing/relapsing.
Learn how to use this vital skill in your recovery by reading on inside this article!…

Don’t Let Fear And Apprehension Hold You Back From The Life You Deserve

We all fear the unknown. Change can be scary. Taking that first leap of faith towards recovery from drug and alcohol addiction can be extremely daunting and apprehension. We’re asking ourselves to jump away from the things that we’ve used for so long to self soothe and “cope” with difficulties throughout our lives but unless you do, you’ll be stuck in the ever-worsening downward spiral which more of than not, lead to the 3 endings that are mentioned at fellowship meetings, jail, institutions or death and while we’re still using or drinking, we put ourselves at an extremely high risk of those things coming true, sooner rather than later.

Find out how to make long lasting change inside this article!…

Change The Way You Approach Problems

Sometimes turning things upside down and looking at things from a different perspective can help you identify the way in which we deal with, learn from and move on from problems.

Find out how to do this, along with tips, tricks & techniques that will help you better solve your problems throughout your addiction and recovery journey!…

See Lapses And Relapses As A Learning Experience

Breaking any type of habit can be challenging because it is easy to get accustomed to anything that is constantly practiced. This is why, when trying to break a substance dependence habit, one reality that people face is the risk of relapsing.

Find out about triggers and preventative measures that you can put in place here…

How The Terms We Use In Addiction And Recovery Matter And How To Overcome This Vital Issue

What we say and how we say it has an enormous impact on ourselves and others. For example, saying substance abuse instead of substance use disorder can create the feeling that they are choosing to use/drink and that it can be a moral failing.

The results inside, along with downloadable media, studies, reports, tips and ideas to overcome this barrier many face before or whilst deciding whether to enter and accept help in recovery.
We have lost so many lives from this which could have otherwise been saved. Lets not loose anymore people unnecessarily just because of this issue.

Drug And Alcohol Overdose – Don’t Let It Happen To You!

In England alone, there were over 314,000 potential years of life lost related to alcohol consumption, the highest level since 2011 and there were 4,359 deaths related to drug poisoning registered in the UK, the highest number and the highest annual increase.

These numbers are shocking. We need to bring the topics of addictions and overdoses into the spotlight, remove the stigma and shame previously attached to them and raise awareness for this vital issue. These lives could have been saved from Addictions that are treatable & overdoses that are preventable!