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The Sober World would like to help individuals return to a normal state of health, mind and strength. On our website you will find many treatment centers able to provide the proper treatment you need to get healthy. We also have an assortment of recovery related articles that you can educate yourself on all aspects of recovery.

Setting Boundaries: Loving an Addict, Loving Yourself

Setting Boundaries: Loving an Addict, Loving Yourself

As anyone who cares about an addict knows, these relationships can be very difficult. The basic challenge for loved ones of addicts of any kind is to continue to care without...
Problem-Solving Group Therapy

PROBLEM-SOLVING GROUP THERAPY

Problem-Solving Group Therapy teaches a powerful and effective model of group therapy that meets the needs of behavioral health professionals including counselors, supervisors, group members, group leaders, and clinical managers, both in...
Post-Acute Withdrawal

POST-ACUTE WITHDRAWAL AND THE FAMILY

If there’s one thing I wish I knew when I was first getting sober, and when my son was getting clean and sober, it’s the information I’m about to share with...

THE CALL TO CHANGE YOUR ALGORITHM

The topic is phones. “We’re a lot like them,” he muses. “We sleep to recharge, we look for a connection, we can take in a lot of data. But when a...
LADY HAPPY IN RECOVERY FACING THE SKY

Living Recovery Out Loud

Living recovery out loud is not something that’s possible for everyone. Anonymity is a personal choice and should always remain up to the individual. I want to make that absolutely clear,...
IT’S ALL ABOUT SPIRITUALITY

IT’S ALL ABOUT SPIRITUALITY

After more than fifty eight years of continuous sobriety, it still bothers me when I’m attending a meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous and I hear someone start talking about “the spiritual part...
Dry January: Thirty-One Days of Sobriety

Dry January: Thirty-One Days of Sobriety

Dry January is a thought-provoking experiment that challenged individuals to abstain from drinking for a month-long period. It began in 2013, when Alcohol Concern UK, a British charity, asked people to...
COMPULSIVE BEHAVIORS - THE ADDICTIVE ROLLERCOASTER

COMPULSIVE BEHAVIORS – THE ADDICTIVE ROLLERCOASTER

Addiction is a chronic and compulsive disease that has an ability of taking over your complete person. While it may start off innocent enough; the compulsive nature of the disease is...
spiritual women with broken chain

SPIRITUAL CONFUSION: A ROADBLOCK TO RECOVERY

Spirituality is considered to be a critical component to achieving a successful recovery. In fact, it’s the cornerstone of most 12-Step programs. It’s also a concept that’s frequently misunderstood, which can...
SMART RECOVERY® MOVES MASSIVELY ONLINE AMID COVID-19

SMART RECOVERY® MOVES MASSIVELY ONLINE AMID COVID-19

Like the minor wave that precedes the tsunami, the first call came in early March from Roger Weiss, Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Chief of Addictions at McLean...

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