Recovery Day Three

Recovery Day Three

I always think of three in terms of baseball. One, two, three and you’re done. People say that good things come in groups of three. We’re here, so there must be something to it! So what does this look like for you today? Look around your home. Did you get rid of any extra substances? Is there any paraphernalia still in the house? Have you cleaned out your trash bins? You might already have done so, but if not go ahead and clean out the rest of what might be left until everything’s…continue reading →
Recovery Day Two

Recovery Day Two

How are you feeling today? Are you feeling any after effects of your alcohol or other drug use? At this point if you feel you need some kind of medical attention, I would encourage you to go to your nearest emergency room and let them know what’s going on. You may be experiencing withdrawal symptoms from your substance use. So what was your take from yesterday’s exercises? I always encourage people to continue adding to your list of experience even though at this point you may have affirmed yourself and come to a…continue reading →
New Year’s Day One

New Year’s Day One

Today is the first day of the rest of your life. Your last hurrah just happened to be New Year’s Eve. So maybe it was a gentle one at home or possibly you went all out. Either way you just woke up and you told yourself this was going to be day one. Get yourself a nice tall glass of water and have a seat. This moment is crucial as you’re either going to take yourself and your situation seriously or you’re going to turn around and say “forget it“ in disbelief. How…continue reading →
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