|Do your 4th of July Festivities include a Fifth or a 6-Pack (or two)?
Playing with numbers can be fun, but the numbers don't look good when we combine kids and alcohol. Unfortunately, too many of our family celebrations and major holidays do just that, mixing kids and adults, fun and alcohol - and sending some really mixed messages in the process.
And for folks battling dependency on social lubricants, Independence Day can be a day of struggle and isolation rather than celebration.
This month, we're encouraging families of all ages to explore the benefits of substance-free fun.
Yes. You heard us right.
We're talking about exploring and modeling the kind of fun that doesn't come in a bottle. We’re talking about supporting our friends and family members in recovery by walking with them in their shoes.
We're talking about Authentic Fun.
It’s your birthright. And it’s the best gift you can give the people you love – especially those younger people who are watching and learning from everything we do. Everything
In this month's blog
, we share the benefits of engaging in un-adult-erated play. We also share a fun summer challenge and a link to our most popular blog, You Can't Bottle Joy.
Visit The Fun Conspiracy’s Recovery Coaching
website page to learn how we can support folks dealing with substance abuse. For many recovering people, fun is a state-dependent behavior – hard to achieve without social lubricants – but we have the tools to help you recover your ability to experience true laughter and joy.
Can't remember the last time you had fun?!
We encourage you to contact us
to discover how fun coaching can help you liberate more joy in all areas of your life. Let's play!