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  • posted Dont forget to celebrate how far you’ve come. Everyday is a new day,

    Recovery is like a diet. If you mess up one day, it doesnt mean you’ve gone off the deep end. Just pick yourself up and start fresh. You can always start over. Dont be ashamed. Its not the end of the world. Just pick yourself up and do it again.
  • posted Just got a reminder through a website that I wanna share:

    Sometimes we’re tested not to show our weaknesses, but to discover our strengths.

    Don’t forget how strong all of you are for making it this far in your recovery!
  • posted Sorry for being so absent. Last few months have been a nightmare to deal with, but everything is good now. Hoping to be here more often.

    Thought for everyone: Have you thought of coping mechanisms to deal with your recovery? have they been working? Do you need new ones? If you’d like help, there are recovery coaches who can help.
    • AndreaR Coaches, help you through individual sessions to figure out what your triggers are, and then help you figure out coping mechanisms. I’ll brag a little, I have a pretty good one.
    • HeatherO How does a coach help with that?
  • posted Don’t forget that changing your diet to eat healthier is a way of providing self care. Self care is extremely important in every step of recovery.

    What do you guys do for self care?
  • posted When life throws you curveballs, don’t give up, just keep swinging for the fences.

    Life can be difficult, just remember that you have a team of people waiting to help you. Just don’t forget to reach out
  • posted Don’t forget that life is precious. It can end in an instant. Cherish each moment and make sure you tell your loved ones that you love them. Recovery is important, but family is important too.
  • posted I’ll just leave this here for those who need it.

    Perfection is something we strive for, but we’re never going to achieve. The reason is because no matter how hard we try, we’re never going to be perfect.

    If you try your best, that’s all you can really do.

    If you really want to be seen as perfect, well all you’re really doing is causing yourself unnecessary grief and anxiety, because no matter how hard any of us try, we’re still not going to be perfect.

    We are all works in progress. Just try and be the best person you can be, and try and be better than you were yesterday. That is all that matters.

    What other people think of you is something you can’t control. Just worry about what you can control.

    Remember... the only thing that really matters is what you think!
  • posted A year ago I didn’t think I was gonna make it, but with the right support and the right mindset I came this far.

    This is to remind everyone that you’re not alone in your recovery process. There are plenty of people who love you, who care about you and who want to see you succeed.

    Don’t forget to reach out for help.
  • posted Ok this isn’t really allowing me to share a picture, so I’ll just say what it says.

    You matter.

    You are enough.

    You are loved.

    Don’t forget this!