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Last Call for Sin.

Now playing: The Killers “All These Things that I’ve Done.”

Kinda feel like the Killers are singing to my recovery right now. “Last call for sin” reminds me of my week and how it’s basically been one rush of “you have to stop doing things that trigger you to drink/use and find new ways to have fun.” Realistically I understand but realistically I also know drugs are bad yet here I am in rehab (for the third time.) 1,030 more words

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Rest My Chemistry.

Now playing: Interpol’s “Rest My Chemistry.

Today marks day three of my sobriety and day two of starting my abstinence based intensive day treatment. 569 more words

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Westport House Announces Ms. Danielle Meldon as Program Director to Lead Extended Care & Sober Living Programming

WESTPORT, Conn – May 14, 2018 – Westport House, Connecticut’s premier extended care and sober living program for young adult and adult men, announced today that Danielle Meldon has joined their team as Program Director.  486 more words

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It's Hard to Leave when Absolutely Nothing's Clear.

Now playing: Lana Del Rey “Heroin.

Let me preface this by saying that, much like staying sober, I’ve been absolute shit at maintaining and updating this blog. 1,083 more words

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Another Friday Night I Wasted

Now playing: Snakehips “All My Friends.

Since my last post, I’ve ‘relapsed’ twice. That word’s definition is so packed, loaded. It’s to worsen after a period of improvement, or even deterioration. 184 more words

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Billionaire banking heir Matthew Mellon dies in rehab facility

By Ian Mohr

April 16, 2018 | 8:31pm

Banking heir and cryptocurrency bigwig Matthew Mellon has died, a representative for his family said in a statement. 181 more words

Find a Sober Living Halfway Home

In 2016, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), over 28 million people over the age of 11 used an illegal drug in the last 30 days, which represents approximately 1 in 10 Americans but is as high as 1 in 4 young adults between the ages of 18 and 25. 1,109 more words

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