The celebrations during the Christmas season typically include large gatherings with friends, family, and co-workers. While these can be relaxing and fun for many people, Christmas presents an obstacle to those recovering from addiction. Fortunately, no holiday is an insurmountable obstacle when you follow the tried-and-true methods of staying sober at Christmas.
Giving a sobriety gift honors a friend or family member’s efforts to recover from an addiction. The right gift can mark their beginning, encourage them to continue, or celebrate an anniversary of their success in the journey toward a sober life. Below are four great sobriety gift ideas for that special and sober person in your life.
If you seek to live a sober life, you already know that you will face some uncomfortable social situations. Drinking alcohol is a prominent part of so many events in our culture; weddings, parties, family gatherings, beach trips, ball games, and most anytime people gather together may include sharing alcoholic beverages. Your pursuit of sobriety faces its most significant challenges in these settings, where the pressure to conform can be intense. That is why we put together this article on how to tell people you don’t drink.
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