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Maintain Sobriety by Making Connections
Maintain Sobriety by Making Connections

Maintain Sobriety by Making Connections Content Reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT, Chief Clinical Officer at Cliffside Malibu Human connections are some…

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Navigating Invitations to Drink

Navigating Invitations to Drink  As more people are getting vaccinated for COVID-19, many facilities are beginning to open up again, including…

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One Drink or Two? Signs of Problem Drinking

One Drink or Two? Signs of Problem Drinking As summer is in full swing and more people are getting vaccinated for…

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Sober Curious: From Curiosity to Permanent Sobriety

Sober Curious: From Curiosity to Permanent Sobriety Sober curious is a social movement based on author Ruby Warrington’s book, Sober Curious….

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Drinking during the holidays, woman with her hand resting on her face thinking.
Just One Sip: When One Drink Isn’t Enough during the Holidays

Just One Sip: When One Drink Isn’t Enough during the Holidays The holidays are the time of year when people become…

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Two people decorating Christmas tree with red ornaments, talking about drugs and alcohol during the holidays.
Stop Escaping the Holidays with Alcohol or Drugs

Stop Escaping the Holidays with Alcohol or Drugs The holidays can bring constant reminders of our relationships with our family and…

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How to Help an Alcoholic, two people sitting on a couch talking.
How to Help an “Alcoholic”

How to Help an “Alcoholic” “How can I help my loved one who is an alcoholic?” is a question you may…

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Coronavirus Quarantine and Binge Drinking, man in a stripped shirt holding a drink.
Coronavirus Quarantine and Binge Drinking

Coronavirus Quarantine and Binge Drinking As each day blurs into the next during the coronavirus quarantine, it can be difficult to…

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Can Drinking Age Your Brain? New Study by USC Says Yes, woman sitting at a bar looking at an alcoholic drink.
Can Drinking Age Your Brain? New Study by USC Says Yes

Can Drinking Age Your Brain? USC Study Says Yes Drinking alcohol can cause a variety of damage to your brain and…

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What to Say to a Loved One When They Are in Denial About Alcohol Addiction, a daughter having a conversation with mother on the couch.
What to Say to a Loved One When They Are in Denial About Alcohol Addiction

What to Say to a Loved One When They Are In Denial: Here’s What to Say There is nothing worse than…

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