But even for those who don’t take it quite that far, tattoos can still be used to epitomize an important person, life event or message. And for many in recovery from addiction, tattoos related to their sobriety are both celebratory of their new life choices and prudent reminders of their past.What does it mean to have a sobriety tattoo?
Recovery and sobriety are milestones few understand outside addict circles and tattoos usually signify an important moment in an individual’s life. Combine these and you have a powerful message without saying too much – the ability to overcome a troubled past, an ever-present reminder not to slip back into old ways, or bothWhat's the most common tattoo on a recovering alcoholic?
The most common tattoo you might find on recovering alcoholics is the triangle. Tattoos are a personal decision and the symbols can vary in perspective from person to person. I look at five of the most popular variations in this postWhat are some good ideas for a tattoo?
After writing over two dozen hubs on tattoo ideas that showcased pictures as the majority of the content, I started noticing that a large portion of the comments were from people asking for ideas on what to say, not so much on how to say it. Like...