Recovery: restoration or return to any former and better condition
Hello folks and welcome back. I apologize about the abrupt change for our last post; we had a communications mix up.
In our last discussion on Recovery we talked about the character trait of Honesty and how that this trait is the foundation of our Recovery effort.
While open mindedness and willingness are vital to our Recovery journey, without rigorous honesty we won’t get too far. As we have mentioned, if you can’t be honest with yourself, then how can you expect to Recover.
It’s one thing to come to in the morning and not remember much about last night and say “I need to stop doing this”. But it’s a whole different ballgame to stand in front of the mirror and admit to the person looking back at you “I’ve got a real problem and I need help.”
It’s that kind of honesty that is required in order to Recover. However, experience has taught us that Not all of begin with this type of honesty. Do not be discouraged. If you are willing to go to any length to recover and will take the tools that have and will be made available to you, then you too can recover.
As we have mentioned in our previous posts, no matter what your situation may be there is Hope. But, open mindedness, willingness and honesty are essential to a successful Recovery Journey.
Through most of our previous posts we have attempted to encourage you and to provide you with a better understanding of Recovery. Now it’s time to begin our discussion about addiction; what it is and how it affects us and those around us.
Join us again soon.
Until then ……. be sure to tell a friend about us.
Thanks for visiting us – come back soon.
Remember: “It is what it is and “it ain’t nothing but a thing!”