#Buzzkill

Edited by Living Sober

Last updated April 7, 2014

At first, I just shook my head. Then, I realized that there was more to this than just a story that was about to go viral… I heard a segment on the Howard Stern Show where they were talking about a girl who was recently arrested while on probation for a DUI. After she went Read More

Can a Bad Diet Influence Recovery?

Edited by Living Sober

Last updated April 4, 2014

It seems as though almost anything can cause an individual to either develop an addiction or experience a relapse — from the stress of natural disasters or the loss of loved ones to struggling with communication or dealing with a mental health condition. When it comes to relapsing specifically, many people find that if they Read More

A Night with a Kennedy

Edited by Living Sober

Last updated April 3, 2014

Every Thursday throughout the month, Northbound alumni holds different activities. We will do things like host round table meetings, celebrate birthdays/occasions, have open talk sessions, or invite speakers to join our group. This past Thursday, we hosted Christopher Kennedy Lawford, who came to share his own battles with addiction with us. The great thing about Read More

Oxycodone Addiction

Edited by Living Sober

Last updated April 3, 2014

Oxycodone is prescribed by doctors to treat pain, but its powerful properties mean that patients can easily begin to abuse it. Oxycodone addiction leads to physical and psychological dependency on the drug. What is oxycodone? Oxycodone is a narcotic prescribed to treat moderate to severe pain. The drug releases slowly over time, so patients can Read More

Flying High (Naturally)

Edited by Living Sober

Last updated March 31, 2014

  It’s no secret that one of the many things I live for is pure excitement. It was only a few months ago that I went shark diving, and just this past weekend, I scratched one more adventure off my bucket list. I got to fly in a Blue Angel fighter jet. It didn’t get Read More

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