Spiritual River Launches Infographic on Alcohol-Free Positive Living

Spiritual River infographic "How To Stop Drinking: A Visual Guide" educates recovering addicts about living actively without the influence of alcohol addiction.

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Spiritual River Infographic "How to Stop Drinking: A Visual Guide"

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Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) October 30, 2013

Spiritual River, an alcohol and drug addiction recovery website, is proud to announce the launch of its infographic, “How to Stop Drinking: A Visual Guide” now available on the Spiritual River website, http://www.spiritualriver.com. Published by columnist Patrick Meninga, this infographic utilizes vibrant colors and diverse, active silhouettes to accurately represent the various options for living a more positive lifestyle that does not involve alcohol intake. The infographic encourages not only living life to the fullest, but enjoying that life.

“I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life,” stated Henry David Thoreau when he took his famous spiritual and explorative journey to Walden Pond. Meninga’s latest resource implemented to help recovering addicts adopts the same philosophy and concept, of being an active participant in life and personal discovery by "taking massive action." Meninga advocates for learning to rely on the self to achieve emotional balance and avoid relapse, outlining the benefits of self-motivation and growth with the end result of personal happiness without relying on the bottle for support.

This visual guide serves as an important message for recovering alcoholics to look introspectively to figure out and set goals that bring about positive outcomes, whether it be taking a more optimistic mindset or indulging in exercise for healthier living. These thirteen strategies, laid out in a understandable, easy-to-view format, lay out the most beneficial options for living with purpose that are crucial to overall success in recovery from alcohol addiction. They detail the methods needed to move away from alcohol dependence to be truly happy. Whatever the goals may be, as long as they work towards self-improvement and active living, they should be achieved.

Spiritual River, an addiction help and treatment website, advocates for seeking treatment for alcohol and drug abuse and taking active recovery seriously. The Spiritual River website provides a hands-on approach to recovery. Spiritual River understands that alcohol addiction treatment is a personal journey that may not be easy, but can and should be done with hard work and dedication to living an active and healthy lifestyle.

To view the latest infographic, “How To Stop Drinking: A Visual Guide,” please visit http://www.spiritualriver.com/how-to-stop-drinking-a-visual-guide/.


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