Since its inception in the early 20th century, Alcoholics Anonymous (simply called “AA” by many) has grown exponentially. The peer recovery and self-help program has endured the test of time, growing in popularity, with current membership estimated to be more than 2 million members worldwide, according to AA.org. But while the program and its terminology have become part of modern culture, how much do you really know about the 12 Steps?
Overcoming addiction can be a huge battle. The thought of going to rehab might frighten you. You might never want to get clean and sober. Or so you think. The truth is, people with substance abuse problems are at risk of overdose and death, and there’s research to back this up. Unfortunately, more than 70,000 people […]
It is easy to be in denial about the severity of an addiction to drugs or alcohol. Many people continue to suffer in silence until they hit rock bottom and are forced to face up to the problem. You do not have to follow this well-trodden path. You can take action right now to break […]