counselor leading a group meeting with young men in recovery

Things to Be Grateful for in Recovery

When you’re in recovery, it’s hard not to feel like the entirety of your world is crumbling. For most people, seeking help for substance abuse is rock bottom. Recovery is an intricate and often challenging journey; it’s easy to lose sight of the everyday victories and blessings that accompany progress.

sober friends spending time together

Navigating Sober Thanksgiving: Your Comprehensive Guide

Having a sober Thanksgiving matters profoundly, as it signifies the importance of prioritizing well-being and embracing a joyful holiday season. The holiday season can be a challenging time for many people, where alcohol-related issues, substance misuse, and overwhelming stress are more prevalent than usual. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, some individuals may find solace in alcohol during these times, leading to excessive consumption.

Benefits Of Outdoor Activities During Recovery

Benefits of Outdoor Activities During Recovery

Participating in outdoor activities can help you find a new perspective and get a breath of fresh air. It can help clear your mind, refresh your body, and encourage physical health improvement. These are just a few of the reasons that Spero Recovery uses outdoor activities during recovery. For more information, reach out today at…

Coming To Terms with Your Past While in Recovery

Coming to Terms With Your Past While in Recovery

Addiction affects every aspect of your life, from your relationships and financial situation to upholding your morals and values. Coming to terms with the aftermath of your substance use during recovery can be difficult. Having an understanding and empathetic support system can be a valuable part of the recovery process. We at Spero Recovery want…

Rebuilding Self-Esteem While In Recovery

Rebuilding Self-Esteem While in Recovery

Addiction can impact all aspects of your life, even the way you value you put on yourself. Whether during your substance use or recovery, you may start to see yourself in a more negative light. This can hinder your recovery and decrease your quality of life because you don’t see the point in fighting for…