The most terrifying post I’ve ever written…

I’ve missed you guys. I’m sorry I haven’t posted for a while. There have been a lot of things going on and I haven’t had any time to give to my blog. I’ve thought long and hard about what I want to tell you, I’d rather pretend that everything is ok, but it isn’t, and […] Read More →

Recovery Rocks Interviews

Recovery Rocks – Mike Reed

Mike describes himself: ‘I am a positive, hard working person who is passionate about making my new business venture a success. Music is another passion and I play acoustic and electric guitars. Family, friendships and leading a healthy lifestyle are my priorities. Lastly I am private so these questions were very hard to answer but […] Read More →

Sober Solutions

Living one day at a time – guest post

By Rose Lockinger “One day at a time” is a well-worn phrase in any twelve step program. It’s probably one of the most enduring, and it can be found on t-shirts, plaques, stickers and even tattoos. Why is this phrase so important, and what does it mean? This idea of living one day at a […] Read More →

Recent Posts

We created this sober dating website for you – Guest post

My name is Mike Reed and I am an alcoholic. I celebrated 5 years sober on 3/5/16. The Birth of my Sober Dating Website In April of 2015, I was at my day job sweeping the floors when I started thinking about dating websites. I wondered if there were any specifically tailored to those in […] Read More →

A letter to my dear son….

I’m using this post to focus on how families are affected by a loved one’s addiction. I have a friend whose son is a senior in college and is currently going through a treatment program. The whole family has been on a rollercoaster but have remained steadfast in their love and support of their son. […] Read More →

More than just an addict

Some sad news. A dear friend’s brother died last week. The cause is yet to be determined. He had a long history of addiction, so in many ways, it doesn’t matter what the cause of death is, as everyone will assume that drugs had a part in it. He was an addict. ‘What a shame,’ […] Read More →