What Happens When You Stop Drinking?

If you are newly sober or hoping to become so, you might be thinking “now what?” and rightly so. Once you stop drinking, there are a lot of physiological and psychological changes that you will have to face. Some are short-lived, and some will last longer, but the good news is—most of them are temporary, and the hardest part is getting through the first 30 days. Not understanding what happens when you stop drinking can make the process intimidating. But let’s look at some of the things you can look forward to once you’ve stopped drinking. Read more

The Value of a Sober Living Environment

Ultimately, a sober living environment is meant to establish a supportive community, made up of a group of individuals who are all working toward the same goal. It’s your support system, a judgement-free safe place where you can work on your recovery, rebuilding confidence and taking on responsibility as you prepare to transition back into society. Here are some benefits of a sober living environment in Charleston, SC. Read more