Group of angry people with drawn megaphones yelling at each other.
An example of a microaggression in the recovery universe: someone from NA asks someone who's considering Suboxone: "Are you in denial? A drug is a drug is a drug." No malicious intent is involved, but the fellow member is left feeling disparaged.
By Jesse Beach
Smiling woman in back of jeep, traveling through fields or bush.
Recovery cannot be left to chance but requires planning, even—and maybe especially—on vacation with its temptations: tropical drinks, laissez-faire schedule, swim-up bars, and late nights.
By Kerry Neville
Man is passed out on bed with glass of wine. A stack of books is next to the bed.
higher education
Academics too often share a simultaneous denial and pride in their alcoholism, and the profession does little to dissuade such a sentiment, even with all the attendant problems it brings, preferring to interpret self-medication as mere collegiality.
By Ed S.


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