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Where to Meet Other Addicts

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Hello, everyone, and welcome to the weekly newsletter for Exploring Sobriety.

In my experience, one of the most helpful things that a recovering addict can do is to connect with other people who have also gotten sober. So, where do you actually meet other addicts?

Last week, I wrote about five of the biggest recovery groups, including the most famous (Alcoholics Anonymous), and four lesser-known alternatives. Check them out here: 5 Recovery Groups to Help You Quit Drinking.

Also, make sure to check the comments on that article, because Joe Arshawsky added a sixth group that helped him to quit drinking. Thanks, Joe! If anyone has experience with any others, please feel free to share them in the comments.

The other articles in Exploring Sobriety last week were:

As always, thank you very much for reading! I hope these articles are helpful and that you have a great rest of your week!





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Benya Clark

Benya Clark

I’m a lawyer and teacher from North Carolina. I write about sobriety, mental health, running, and more. Buy me a “coffee” at ko-fi.com/benyaclark.

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