Mental Resilience vs. Emotional Resilience: What’s the Difference?

Resilience is a term often thrown around in discussions about personal development and well-being, but it’s not a one-size-fits-all concept. In fact, resilience can take different forms, with two of the most common being mental resilience and emotional resilience. Understanding the difference between these two types of resilience can empower you to navigate life’s challenges…

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A Beginner’s Guide To Incorporating Thankfulness Into Your Life

In a fast-paced world filled with challenges and distractions, it’s easy to overlook the simple but profound practice of gratitude. Yet, learning to embrace gratitude can transform your life in remarkable ways. In this beginner’s guide, we’ll explore what gratitude is, why it matters, and practical steps you can take to incorporate this powerful practice…

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Have a Sober Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo didn’t always involve tacos and tequila, and it’s often mistaken for the Mexican Independence Day. The fifth day of May is the Anniversary of the Battle of Puebla. Parts of Mexico and the United States celebrate the holiday in honor of a military victory in 1862 over Napoleon III’s French forces. So how…

Odd Holidays to Celebrate Sober in April

As March fades away, spring flowers have started to bloom, the days are getting longer, and winter’s chill is fading away. Do you still need more reasons to celebrate? We’ve created a calendar full of April celebrations, including foodie holidays, such as Peanut Butter and Jelly Day, and other national observances, such as National Pet Day, to make…

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Sober St. Patrick’s Day

Today is St. Patrick’s Day, which means many Americans will be wearing green, going to parades, and drinking. This can be a festive time, but if you are newly sober, the association between St. Patrick’s Day and alcohol also presents relapse risks. You may feel wary about the social aspect of the holiday, as it can…

Sobriety And The New Year

  Sobriety And The New Year   We’ve all either heard of or made some resolutions for the New Year in the past. Some people vow to partake in more rigorous exercise or more mindful diets. Some make a resolution to travel more. And then some still make the resolution to enter sobriety, to abandon…