Slaying the Dragon: William White & the Recovery Movement

Slaying the Dragon William White and his seminal work on addiction and its history

Our latest guide from SOBRLIFE kicks off a series of articles, as we delve into the origins of the sobriety movement. It also happens to explain a lot about why we are passionate about promoting an inclusive vision of sobriety and recovery for all!  With this post, we’re diving into the life and work of…

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Drinking Water in Addiction Recovery is Life

Drinking water in addiction recovery is essential: a woman drinking bottle SobrWater shows this concept

Drown the Stigma Around Sobriety and Get the Best Water Around We all know the truth on a core level. Water is good for us. Beyond that even. Water is a source of renewal, and at least for those who choose to be sober (yeah, we’re talking to you!) water is a key part of…

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Sex in Recovery: Getting Intimate Sober

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Making the Most of Intimacy and Sex in Recovery We know the topic is sort of taboo, and that for some reason few people talk about sober sex. Even in the rooms and among groups of recovering addicts and alcoholics, it seems like issues of sex and intimacy are rarely brought up. And at SOBRLIFE,…

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Can Recovering Alcoholics Ever Drink Again?

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Can You Drink Alcohol Again After a Long Time in Recovery? One of the most contentious issues among people in the recovery community is the question, “Can recovering alcoholics ever drink again?” This debate stirs significant discussion among people in sobriety, although we feel it is not a particularly complex dialogue. At heart, most of…

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25 Refreshing Sober Date Ideas to Connect and Have Fun Without Alcohol

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On the hunt for sober date ideas that ensure a great time without alcohol? Our collection of 25 suggestions offers a bevy of exciting enjoy each other’s company. The activities range from outdoor adventures to creative pursuits and active fun, all designed for creating memorable moments together, with no booze, sauce, or spirits required! Get…

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Sober Swag: Celebrating Sobriety with SOBRLIFE

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Dressing for Sobriety Success When you are in active recovery, finding ways to express yourself and feel confident in your sobriety is essential. Hence the need for sober swagger you can proudly call your own! And what better way to do that than through your natural sense of style, accompanied by our clean and crisp…

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How to Build a Sober Support Network in Recovery

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Crafting a Strong and Accessible Sober Support System If you’re seeking to learn how to build a sober support network, knowing where to begin can be the hardest step. This step-by-step guide from the crew at SOBRLIFE, cuts to the chase, offering clear steps to create a network that supports thriving and well-connected recovery. From…

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5 Ways to Shatter the Stigma | A SOBRLIFE Recovery Resource

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Bringing the Fight for Recovery Into the Public Eye More and more you see us. Most of us are considered upstanding citizens and even vital members of healthy communities. Who are we? The people of recovery, from all walks of life and backgrounds, who have chosen to embrace sobriety after facing dependence and addiction. All…

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Our Select Sober Vacation Ideas of All Kinds

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A Look at Successfully Planning Travel in Recovery If you are like most of us in sobriety, you fought to put down the booze or substance of choice, and now you’d like to begin getting back out there, in terms of planning a vacation without the intoxication. Rest assured, you are not alone. In recent…

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Recover Out Loud: The Power of Announcing Our Sobriety

Man with megaphone embodies the Recover Out Loud Movement

Making a Vocal Commitment to Recovery: For Yourself and Others We get it. Deciding to ‘recover out loud’ can be scary. But in our opinion, it is equally essential. And it comes with benefits you might not expect. When you share your recovery story, you do more than narrate your past; you offer hope, dismantle…

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