Long-term sobriety has many seasons. During some seasons we feel vital and connected, and in other seasons, we may feel alone and lost. Over the years of working with people that have long-term recovery, Debbie and Lisa have noticed that at around years 5-10, individuals start to wonder if they belong in 12-step groups, feel lost, experience confusion about direction and purpose, or start getting “irritable, restless, and discontented” in relationships. They may even start to think about using again, feel anxious, and not be able to understand why. Debbie and Lisa have many years of experience working with people in the various seasons of sobriety. They offer their wisdom and training to assist people with navigating middle-aged recovery to prevent relapse, and help individuals get centered again.