Hitting the Toggle Switch: Tools for Triggers

  Friends of the Blog, I cannot stress to you enough the vital, powerful, and user-friendly importance of the following exercises, shared with us and created by our San Francisco Convenors. Please have a good look see at it, put yourself in place of where it says “I”, and by all means, tell us what […]

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Extra! Extra! Your Participation in the PAL Study Is Wanted! Read All About It!

  ATTENTION: All you barn-storming, roof-raising, trailblazing, U.S. face-to-face meeting attending LifeRingers* out there! We have some very important news for you:   LifeRing is now partnering in a study called the Peer Alternatives to Addiction (PAL) Study, which is funded by the National Institutes of Health and led by Sarah Zemore, Ph.D.  This is a […]

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Keeper of the Month – September

  One of the most magical things that happens in LifeRing’s e-mail groups is that someone new(er) to the group who may be struggling or have multiple relapses under their belt might post something about how difficult it’s been for them, but how it’s so seemingly easy for others… And then the group does what […]

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When Dehydrated Beans and Mystery Meat Just Won’t Do…

isn’t it good to know Taco Bell’s gonna start serving booze*?! Ay, chihuahua**. *Do not view (or go to Taco Bell in the near future) if pictures of alcohol trigger you. **View if you like adorable pictures of sad chihuahuas.

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