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4th of July Alcoholic Drinks and AA Meetings Sobriety Support
Published On: July 8, 2024

The 4th of July is just around the corner, and that means barbecues, fireworks, and, of course, festive drinks. While many of us enjoy a good cocktail or two to celebrate, it’s crucial to remember that this holiday can be a bit challenging for some individuals who are on a journey to sobriety. Today, we […]

How to Help an Alcoholic in Denial? Find Freedom from Alcohol and Learn How AA Meetings Can Help
Published On: July 2, 2024

Supporting a loved one who’s in denial about their alcoholism can be incredibly challenging, but it’s not impossible. The first step is understanding that denial is a common defense mechanism for those struggling with alcohol dependence. It’s their way of avoiding the painful reality of their situation. To help, you need to approach the issue […]

How Is Alcohol Use Disorder in the Elderly Treated? Overcome Drunkenness with the Help of AA Meetings
Published On: July 1, 2024

Treating alcohol use disorder (AUD) in older adults involves addressing their unique health and emotional needs. As we age, our bodies process alcohol differently, making seniors more susceptible to health issues like liver disease and cognitive decline. Treatment begins with a thorough evaluation by healthcare experts to understand the extent of the disorder and any […]

Is Drinking Alone a Sign of Alcoholism? Transform Your Life Today with the Help of AA Meetings
Published On: June 28, 2024

Have you ever found yourself drinking alone, not for enjoyment, but to forget and escape everything? Does it make you feel less lonely? Are you wondering if these habits are turning into alcohol dependence? Alcohol self-help was used by 9.76% of adults who might have needed alcohol treatment in the US. [1] Research also indicates […]

What Is a Closed AA Meeting? Are You Struggling with Sobriety? Find Out How You Can Join an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Today
Published On: June 27, 2024

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), during 2020-2021, excessive alcohol use was responsible for about 178,000 deaths and 4 million years of potential life lost each year, on average. More than one-third of these deaths and nearly half of the years of potential life lost in the US were due to […]

How to Find an AA Meeting? Find Your Support System Using the Alcoholics Anonymous Directory
Published On: June 26, 2024

You ran into a friend you used to drink with for years and asked him, “How are you now?” Smiling, he replied, “I’ve been sober for years.” Without him aware of your struggle with alcohol, you wondered, “But how?” There are numerous pathways to achieving sobriety, but Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is often particularly effective due […]

How Long Are AA Meetings, and How Many Stages Are There in AA?
Published On: June 25, 2024

Excessive alcohol use is a major cause of preventable death in the US. Every day, an average of 261 Americans die from drinking too much. [1] Fortunately, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings provide crucial support for individuals struggling with excessive alcohol use. As many people seek AA support groups, you will notice that one of the […]

Engaging Topics for AA Meetings: How to Connect and Heal in Your Journey with Alcohol Use Disorder
Published On: June 24, 2024

Searching for “AA meetings near me” can be the first step on a transformative journey for those grappling with alcohol use disorder. These gatherings provide a vital support network where individuals can share experiences, gain insights, and find encouragement among peers facing similar challenges. Whether you’re newly sober or have been in recovery for years, […]

Finding Your Path: How Can the AA Big Book Help Newcomers in Recovery?
Published On: June 24, 2024

Alcohol addiction is a pervasive issue that affects millions of people worldwide. It can destroy lives, shatter families, and leave individuals feeling isolated and helpless. Recognizing the severity of this problem, many seek help through Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), a fellowship dedicated to supporting individuals on their journey to sobriety. One of the key components of […]