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chris l Jan 13
I decided to restart my road to recovery by getting rid of all the alcohol utensils in my house. Makes it less tempting to think that I can choose to have a drink. It might sound unrealistic to think that getting rid of a wine glass can help but we’ll see.
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CenterforDiscoveryED Jan 16
Recovery is a process, and a long one, but in no way is it impossible and you are not alone in this fight.
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Melainie Rogers, RD 5m
Myself and the team at created a Free Recovery Handbook to help you or your loved one on the road to from an . Inside you will find information that may be helpful no matter where you are on your journey.
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J.E.B ❌❌ Jan 17
TODAY MAKES MY 100 DAYS SOBER! I never thought I would see a week, much less 100 days. I am so so blessed for this. I just knew I would be dead, or in prison. I now have life that I thought I lost!
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Coastal Addiction Center Jan 17
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Steven J. Kelly Jan 17
One day at a time multiplied by 10,957 equals 30 years of
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c u t i e 2h
don't let other people define you as your mental disorder. you are much more than that. you are NOT your illness!
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Julie_Delaneyward_gmmh 5h
Im so proud, this is the second time, ive been nominated, its all about me improving patient quality of life, the job that i love, thanks to all whom put me fall ward.
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Faces & Voices Jan 9
Local law enforcement agencies across the country continue to partner with Community Organizations to create pre-arrest diversion and post-overdose response programs. Thank you for being .
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Fraser Gillan 12h
Today I Celebrate 4 years of sobriety! 🙏😁 Anything is possible. And no matter what you face there is a way out. Have an awesome Friday. Much Love. Fraz xx
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recoveygirl Jan 16
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365daysofrecovery Jan 10
Recovery is not about fixing what is BROKEN It's not about changing into something more fit for society Recovery is about restoring severed connections Of understanding not blaming Of accepting not shaming To become aware of our mind and its Beautiful Possibilities
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Sunshine Marketplace 2h
"Last year more Americans died of drug overdoses than the entire Vietnam war." ~ 60 Minutes ~ If you’re looking for alternative ways to treat your pain, see if CBD is right for you.
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abeautifulmind4me 3h
I use to really struggle with this when I was counting calories and actively exercising to lose weight. I thought there was something wrong with me because I lacked willpower! The truth was that I was actually starving myself and that was my body’s life saving response.
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Marilene Phipps 22h
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NorthStarTransitions 3h
The New Year brings new opportunities to create . Having reasonable and flexible objectives (i.e., attending more meetings or exercising) to work toward will help you reach new heights in .
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Amy J 3h
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chris l Jan 13
So I’ve decided to talk about my struggles with alcohol and hope I help someone else get help if they need it. I waited a long time to get help and now wish I hadn’t. I’m doing my best now to get and stay sober.
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Mental Health Commission of Canada Jan 15
Providing options and supporting youth to make empowered choices on their journey is important. Find more tips like this in our "Food for Thought" youth perspective on recovery-oriented practice:
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still strong 19h
After almost a month of being clean from booze and nicotine, ive been drinking so many diet sodas that ira causing severe anxiety and panic attacks. and I needed to get this off my chest because band aiding sucks.
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