Fathers, teenagers, professionals—you never know who may need help with alcoholism.
Recovering a sense of humor may be just the change we need.
He wasn’t asking for a handout or a blessing, just “a few kind words.” Perhaps he was on his own journey of faith.
Matt Shumate took a 30-day break from alcohol—and he’s still not drinking. Here’s why.
Jonathan Delavan brings to mind the paradoxical concept of mutuality and its beneficial effects within relationships.
You know you’re being a little sneaky, but isn’t it just innocent fun? James M. Sama explains why not.
The Super Bowl is the most watched event of the year—and the most gambled…Tor Constantino breaks down the risks and our nation’s gambling problem.
From drinking to get through life, to taking pills because he wanted to die, to accepting that living was a choice he was capable of making.
Tim Lineaweaver shares his experience of his rough road to recovery, sobriety, and subsequent self-respect.
Addiction counselor Rayne E. Golay shares tips for those who suspect they may have a drinking problem.
A story of child labor, sex slavery and those times when culture slaps you in the face.
Aaron Brinker changes a family tradition of silence around alcohol abuse, by telling the story of how he also became an alcoholic.
If you are a teetotaler, what things have helped you stay sober? If you aren’t a teetotaler, what helps you say in control of your drinking habits?
The building blocks of society are its adult citizens. What kind of society do we want to build?
Addiction shatters relationships all the time—and the only way to put them back together is by being there, giving time, and staying positive.
Did Jesus and Einstein describe the same universe? A neurosurgeon undergoes a near-death experience and emerges a believer.