Long-Term Sobriety: Continued Practice at Life

by Tyler Mendelsohn January 17, 2020

*(This isn’t about my cat. I just love him very much, so our graphic designer Madeleine drew pictures of us together.) Bef...
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Addiction and Alcoholism Among Educators

by Connor Graham January 2, 2020

As a teacher, seeking help for addiction can seem like a daunting task. You might worry about what the students or their fami...
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The Downfalls of New Year’s Resolutions

by Tyler Mendelsohn December 26, 2019

As the new year approaches, there will be tons of articles circulating about making New Year’s resolutions. Products will o...
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Four Healthy Ways to Cope with Seasonal Affective Disorder

by Tyler Mendelsohn December 18, 2019

Winter can be hard. It’s cold, it’s dark, the holidays are…the holidays. Some people may leave for work before the ...
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People Can, and Do, Recover

by Matt Bell December 9, 2019

Sharing my story about addiction to heroin can be beneficial to millions of Americans with substance use disorders and their ...
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The (Sometimes Surprising) Health Benefits of Long-Term Sobriety

by Tyler Mendelsohn December 6, 2019

When I was in active alcoholism, I couldn’t be in a room with an animal without needing an inhaler. Now, I have a cat. Alco...
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Can You Get Sober Without AA?

by Tyler Mendelsohn November 26, 2019

When I decided I would get sober on August 1st, 2015, I knew I would do so without Alcoholics Anonymous. I had tried the prog...
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How to Stay Sober During the Holidays

by Tyler Mendelsohn November 18, 2019

The holidays can be a time of celebration, but they can also be a time of added stress. On top of other potential triggers li...
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Into Light: Baltimore Exhibit Documents the Impact Addiction Has on Families

by Madeleine Arnoult November 8, 2019

Saturday approaches and we eagerly await it’s arrival. This particular Saturday is National Go To A Museum Day, a rarely un...
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After Tyler Skaggs’ Death, MLB Can’t Afford to Balk at Treating Players’ Addictions

by Connor Graham October 16, 2019

Just over three months ago, Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs was found dead in his hotel room in Texas. Tyler Skaggs...
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