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5 Ways to Keep Your Sobriety and Social Life

You might think that to maintain your sobriety you must become a hermit, but that is not the case. Although you might have to lose some friends who will hinder your recovery, you will make new ones who will support you in your journey. Saying “no” to alcohol can be tough, especially if you are … Continued
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