If you like this post, please share!by The beginning of the year challenges us to look at our lives with an eye for what we might like to change. For many, that includes alcohol consumption. The disease of alcoholism is a progressive, terminal illness with no clear-cut treatment. However, not everyone who wants to change… Read More Drinking Less or Not at All in the New Year
If you like this post, please share!by Since I will be referencing various programs of recovery and relating it to sugar addiction, I will do a series of posts about these programs. Today I am listing the Women for Sobriety (WFS) 13 New Life Acceptance Statements. The 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous are listed here:… Read More Women For Sobriety: 13 New Life Acceptance Statements
If you like this post, please share!by I don’t know about you, but the idea of dropping a habit, behavior or addiction lives in my head for ages, often years, before I feel ready to change. Typically, I have an all-or-nothing mentality about these things: A great approach for something like sobriety from alcohol; much… Read More The 6 Stages of Change
If you like this post, please share!by I recently shared the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous here: https://sugarsobriety.com/a-simple-listing-of-the-12-steps-of-alcoholics-anonymous During my early sobriety, I investigated several recovery support programs and found value in each of them. As such, I want to provide links to the other programs I visited when I was contemplating sobriety and newly… Read More Links to 4 Not-for-Profit Recovery Support Programs
If you like this post, please share!by If we accept that sugar is addictive, that it is a disease, then we might accept that is warrants treatment. Using alcohol and drug addiction treatments as a model, what would sugar addiction treatment look like? First, let’s review what defines an addiction. Second, let’s review the most… Read More What Does Sugar Addiction TREATMENT Look Like?