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Welcome to another resource for inspiration. Here you will find personal stories, and education topics for sharing and fellowship to help all of us along the way of successful life in sobriety.

February 12, 2016
Maegan Glidden, NCC Co-Founder

The Codependency Crutch

The Codependency Crutch   Codependency, or enmeshment, is what we call relationships in which one person is completely dependent on another for some, or all things, such as mood, emotional stability, security, etc. Codependency is the result of unclear boundaries, defining where one person ends and another begins. This is made worse over time by each

February 10, 2016
Maegan Glidden, NCC Co-Founder

How Do You Gauge Success in Recovery?

How Do You Gauge Success in Recovery?     PERSISTENCE is the key to recovery. Employing recovery activities that are sustainable over the long run helps reinforce change. “We can never be the way we were, but we can always be working towards being better.”   Ideal Recovery is a long term life change that frees

February 8, 2016
Maegan Glidden, NCC Co-Founder

Lessons From Anger

Lessons From Anger Anger can be good. Really good… In fact, expressing anger helps us release the pent up tension that we’ve been bottling up, and like most things in recovery, speaking it out loud sets you one step closer to being able to let it go. It is important to understand that we often resort to

February 5, 2016
Maegan Glidden, NCC Co-Founder

Ditch Dysfunction: BE H.E.R!

Ditch Dysfunction: BE H.E.R! It takes most women quite a while to stop pretending to be someone that they’re not. Sometimes, it takes years of living a complete and total charade before we are willing to bring down our walls and get real. We seem to strive blindly to be better, do better, and try

February 4, 2016
Maegan Glidden, NCC Co-Founder

The Stress of Crises and Survival

The Stress of Crises and Survival     If you haven’t been there, it’s hard to imagine the stress that weighs on someone battling addiction. All of the physiological, psychological, and relational factors of stress can be overwhelming, especially when trying to cope with stress through the hazy lens of active addiction. When the unthinkable

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