Heather Adams

Sober Recovery Expert Author

Heather Adams is a writer, teacher and speaker who makes her home in Connecticut. She has been in the recovery process herself, and has been involved with family members going through it. Through groups, counseling and her own journey, she has worked through many underlying issues in her life such as depression and negative mindsets. Out of these experiences comes a desire to offer encouragement to others who are also “in the battle.”

Christian man on addiction

They see it primarily as a spiritual problem—a weakness in someone’s nature that must be fixed. Continue Reading

The power of prayer in recovery

Why Prayer is Powerful in Recovery

By Heather Adams

The act of lifting up our needs releases stress and improves our mood, often even before circumstances have changed. Continue Reading

Faith-based recovery can help the entire congregation

Celebrate Recovery has improved these 3 areas at my church, creating an outward “ripple effect” that has blessed our congregati... Continue Reading

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For Christians in recovery, the word of the Lord is a source of guidance and inspiration for getting through tough times. Continue Reading

Looking for inspiration? These books can help give you a fresh perspective on life after addiction. Continue Reading

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5 Daily Habits To Refresh and Recharge You

By Heather Adams

Have a vision in your mind that represents your short-term and long-term goals. Continue Reading

Hearing the details of other people’s lives and responding correctly can be tricky.

The promise that the information exchanged will remain safe is of prime importance in a support group setting or even in all co... Continue Reading

Newly sober woman who's new to the kitchen thinks of what to cook

Eating well is a proven foundation for healthy living for everyone. But this is especially true of those who have been battling... Continue Reading

Planning the day for a more structured life

Keep in mind the benefits of adding order to your life: a calmer mind, a more relaxed body, and an easier path to recovery. Continue Reading

If you have been part of CR and seen its benefits, you may feel a call to host the program in your own church. However, in this... Continue Reading