Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Great Things Never Came From Comfort Zones. πŸ’ͺ

Happy Friday everyone!

Most things worthwhile in life never came from being comfortable. Goals, dreams, aspirations are always going to be an uphill matter. Even getting sober.

Though, life is always evolving and changing. The longer we live, the more we know that the only constant thing in life is change.  Whether our changes seem hard or make us happy, change teaches us that life is fragile, uncertain and each moment is temporary.

What changes have you made since you've been sober? What changes are you continuing to make? 
Hit the reply button and let me know! I want to encourage you this week.
Also, enjoy everything happening at Sober Nation this week, below!
1. We're Talking About Change

This week we asked you guys about the changes and differences you've seen in yourself since you got sober. You guys answered, and we had one of our best conversations yet.

Watch the whole thing, here.
2. 15 Celebrities You May Have Not Realized Are Sober

Whether they’ve struggled with an addiction or had a bad experience, or just had one too many, some of our favorite celebrities are just like us, and have chosen to abstain or get sober from drinking all together.

Read up on everyone, here.
3. Self Help Books Are Out. Online Memberships Are In.

If you always find yourself putting off the reading, or you always find yourself putting off those gratitude lists until “tomorrow,” read on to learn about some of the overlooked advantages of joining an online membership.

Find out the benefits, here.
4. Secondhand Drinking

Guided by her four decades personal experience with secondhand drinking (SHD), and working to overcome its impact, Lisa has spent more than a decade researching, writing, consulting, and speaking on a range of SHD-related topics (e.g., addiction, substance misuse, mental illness, co-occurring disorders and childhood trauma), all anchored in 21st century brain research.
Listen on Itunes
5. What You Need To Know About Harm Reduction

Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome, or PAWS, is a condition that is experienced by individuals with prolonged drug use after cessation of use. PAWS can last from a few months to upwards of two years, with each individual episode lasting anywhere from a couple of days to two weeks.

Learn more, here.
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