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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.

April 5, 2016

Handling Loneliness In Recovery

Handling Loneliness In Recovery <  > The first time I heard someone say that addiction is a disease of loneliness I knew exactly what they were talking about. The years I spent using were a truly lonely time in my life. But it wasn’t just my using years that were lonely. Loneliness plagued me in

March 29, 2016

A Mother’s Road to Recovery

A Mother's Road to Recovery Last night I had a dream that I was waiting tables in a restaurant when a large group of people came in that I definitely recognized. The large group of people included my children and their foster family. They obviously were not expecting to see me there at their family

March 1, 2016
Maegan Glidden, NCC Co-Founder

Overcoming Co-Addiction

9 Paths to Co-Addiction   Addiction isn’t just an addict problem. It is a disease that affects everyone involved. From friends, to family, to co-workers, active addiction disrupts and mangles the health and fluidity of every home and workplace activity that it interacts with. While addicts learn to distance themselves from the expendable people, places,

February 23, 2016
Maegan Glidden, NCC Co-Founder

Halt to Struggle

Curb Impulsivity! Whether you’re in addiction recovery or simply struggle with things like over shopping, overeating, speaking without thinking, or acting out in anger: HALT for this quick self-check. To circumvent acts of impulsivity, we have to interrupt our behaviors, long enough to reflect on what’s really going on in the moment, and hopefully put

February 18, 2016
Maegan Glidden, NCC Co-Founder

Abusive Relationships Kill Your Recovery

Abusive Relationships Kill Your Recovery   Never allow another human being to control you to a point where you are void of self-regard, self-worth, and the choice to make changes. Love that tries to control you through mental and emotional destruction and injury, is not love at all.       Yes, addiction is a

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