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PTMAHON Apr 13
16 months sober this week 😁
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TAJ Treatment Centers, Inc 19m
A Friendly Reminder The best way to mend broken relationships caused by drug abuse is to make a change for a sober living.
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Sameksha 9m
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Oxford House 7m
"Fifteen months with your support has got me to this strong point in my recovery and I am eternally grateful..." -former resident Read more about Oxford House at
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Angela 🌷 Apr 19
I've just bought my first ever piece of clothing in a size 10 and I'm not panicking, instead I'm welcoming my new womenly curves and celebrating the fact that I can eat food without fear 😋
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Laura Dunson, LPCC Apr 19
Haven’t done this in awhile: MEET & GREET! Mental health advocates, come introduce yourself! Say a bit about you & your advocacy then retweet/tag others to share. Keep checking back for new accounts to follow! 👇
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Holistic Sobriety 🙏❤️ Apr 16
If you're having extreme emotional ups and downs in your most likely dealing with Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome Your brain is trying to rebalance neurotransmitters due to years of addiction It sucks 🥴 but hang on, it is temporary
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★·.·´¯`·.·★  T I M  ★·.·´¯`·.·★ Apr 21
When in & , one needs regularity. Formulating the thoughts & foul memories. To meet agendas, appointments with counsellors on time. If there's no proper organising in place, there's no management of recovery. This in turn, creates chaos. Consistency is the key.
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meg marshall x Apr 19
Actually so proud of how far I’ve come. Not even ashamed anymore. Fuck mental illness and fuck the people who tried to bring me down because I’m just coming out stronger 😁🤙🏻 that smile is now real!!!
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Unforced Rhythms TV 4m
Today's Christian Recovery Devotional Seeds of Hope and Grace
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Eddie Hamilton Apr 20
I feel a lot better after a year of being sober. not better though. still need reminders that stopping drinking is only the start. Dealing with why I drank seems harder. I love learning these things because then I can work on them.
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Steph Apr 20
Feeling a fraud. So many of you being kind my heart hurts. I stopped drinking but I still take codeine. I'm not that great. I stopped drinking after a number of suicide attempts, stabbed my husband & spiralled into chaos. Thank you for your overwhelming kindness 💙
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North West Recovery Communities 1h
Tomorrow: Women's Meditation @ The Whiteinch Centre
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Santhosh Apr 20
"This next song man is dedicated to anybody who's ever been in a dark place, went through struggle and some serious shit and anybody here tonight who's an Eminem fan" EMINƎM is 11 years sober now 🙏
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Julia Bradbury 23h
Whoop whoop Happy Easter to me. Triple hernia. . No lifting, exercise, lifting kids, playing with kids. Only allowed to eat eggs. Chocolate eggs. 🐰
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Amy Apr 18
Today I am 35 years old. I honestly didn’t think I would live this long. Thanks to , I am able to enjoy this birthday.
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TheCompulsiveGambler 3h
GA Meeting tonight which is a nice way to end a 4 day weekend and set me up for the week. Looking forward to getting back into a routine and being productive at work again after a relaxing and fun time
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Stonington Institute 2h
Stonington Behavioral Health Monday 4.22.19 Detox Male Beds-3 Female Beds-3 PHP/ IOP Male Beds-20 Female Beds-2 Admissions 860.535.1010 (press option 1 when prompted)
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Broad Beach Recovery Center Apr 15
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MDC Hope Apr 19
Thank you to Ben B. Cheney Foundation for their gift of $8,000. Proceeds help to provide warm, home-cooked meals, for youth aged 10-20 participating in group sessions held at our recovery and co-occurring service center. Call (253) 593-2740 for more info.
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