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The River Rehab
December 2017. Issue 37, pg 36-37
“Relapse shaming has been the worst experience for me. Ever. To say that “Relapse is not part of recovery” because there must have been a number of things that I did not do and I must have not done it right…” – Magz
“My hope is that no suffering addict will ever feel alone, hopeless and stigmatized.”
Ocean Recovery Center
The SHAIR Podcast
This week’s Sober Story comes from Magz living in the Washington DC metro area.
Our choices for the recipients of Addiction Unscripted’s Top 25 Recovery Bloggers of 2016 were based on the originality of content, the frequency of updates, and the voice they carry in the recovery space.
Hey everyone, meet Magz of Sober Courage. Maggie set up a great blog and resource to those in recovery: Sober Courage blog!
With 7 years of sobriety under her belt, Magz is the creator of the popular blog and recovery site SoberCourage.com. Magz joins TSGP …
There is no formal or organized structure behind it; Internet recovery simply consists of reaching out for support via the web. Here is our list of the 20 best recovery blogs out there…
After Party Magazine … When you’re gathering with thousands of sober folks, relatives of addicts and others who just care about the recovery cause, you don’t know what to expect…
We had an absolutely terrific chat with Magz, Chris shares the bit of familial closure he got this past week and we tease Episode 1515. A Very …
Sober Courage. It takes a great amount of courage to move forward into the unknown, against the grain, against all the odds, against all the social stigma
Nov 13, 2014 – I am very grateful to still have my dad in my life, although our … I will miss his quirkiness, his dry and crazy sense of humor, his funny stories and sometimes …
If you, or anyone you know, is struggling with Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD)*, please check out the Sober Courage menu at the top of this page for an extensive list of support groups and recovery related articles.
*Problem drinking that becomes severe is given the medical diagnosis of “alcohol use disorder” or AUD. AUD is a chronic relapsing brain disease characterized by compulsive alcohol use, loss of control over alcohol intake, and a negative emotional state when not using (Ref: NIAAA).