Don't Let Alcohol Steal Your Christmas–Staying Sober Over the Holidays

Alcohol can be a holiday “grinch”— taking lives, memories and relationships in the process. Knowing who, what and where your triggers exist is key to staying sober through the festivities and spending quality time with those you love.

Don’t let skyrocketing auto-accident statistics, the possibility of relapse and family contention be a consequence of your holiday drinking this year.

Still worried about falling victim to alcohol’s influence this winter season? Wrap yourself in some of these essential layers to stay above the influence and out of alcohol rehab centers. After all, ’tis the season to be jolly (and sober).

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