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The summer book signing series continues at My 12 Step Store West Hollywood with recovery advocate Johnny Allem, the author of the book "Say the Second Thing" about the work and the joy of recovery. Allem will be signing copies of...
My 12 Step Store West Hollywood is launching their book signing summer series with their first book signing indoor/outdoor event featuring Rev Dr. Hector Elias, the author of the book Spiritual Recovery. He will be signing copies of his...
When a person is recovering from addiction, giving back to the community and helping others can be great in the healing process. Practical experience has shown that nothing will so much ensure success with addiction, as intensive work with...
A Cinco de Mayo party may feel like one of those events or activities that someone sober feels they simply need to skip in order to stick to recovery goals, but the following alcohol-free "mocktails" may have you thinking...
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....
Being Addicted to success. Is it really such a bad thing? We don't think so. When you’re taking steps toward leading a sober life or you find yourself recovering from any negative addiction, having an addiction to success can work...
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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