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Were you seen at #BOOM! this past New Year's Eve? The Sixth Annual Alcohol-free party returned to the city of West Hollywood for a sober New Year’s Eve celebration to help those who wished to ring in 2019 completely...
My 12 Step Store had much to celebrate this past Wednesday, September 22, during National Recovery Month. The recovery book and gift store located at 8730 Santa Monica Boulevard, in the heart of West Hollywood, partnered with the West...
My 12 Step Store, the recovery book and gift store located in the heart of West Hollywood, is celebrating 15-years of servicing the recovering community with an alcohol-free mixer extravaganza. The event will be co-hosted by the West Hollywood Chamber...
It was an evening full of dancing for a good cause at La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center's Dancing4Dollars fundraiser Dance-a-Thon this past Saturday, July 28. La Fuente alumni, friends and supporters gathered at 5718 Fountain Ave., in Los Angeles...
La Fuente Hollywood treatment Center is bringing back the concept of a dance-a-thon with Dancing4Dollars--an event that allows participants to dance for a good cause that benefits the Los Angeles LGBT Center's youth programs and services . The Dancing4dollars dance-a-thon will...
They say the odds are good, but the goods are odd when dating in recovery. Dating in general can be challenging, but if you are clean, sober, or abstinent, there can be twists and turns in the sober dating pool....
In this latest segment of Ask Ken, a WEHO TIMES readers with 10-plus years of sobriety asks recovery and interventionist specialist Ken Seeley, if someone sober can make a relationship work with a "normie," or someone who drinks. "Ken, I'm...
In the latest segment of Ask Ken, a WEHO TIMES reader asks recovery and intervention specialist Ken Seeley for his advice on sex in sobriety. Does the obsession to have sex with multiple partners and the feelings of never being satisfied go...
In the latest segment of Ask Ken, a WEHO TIMES reader asks recovery and intervention specialist Ken Seeley for his advice on how he can help a friend get sober. "My friend clearly has a drug problem and he's on his way...
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