Recovery is the process of improving your thinking, changing your lifestyle, and trusting that you have the ability to live a rich, full life without engaging in life-crushing compulsive behaviors.
-Jeffrey Munn, LMFT
Author of Staying Sober Without God
Recovery is the life-long process of improving your overall mental and emotional health so as to minimize the harm and suffering you inflict on yourself and others.
Recovery is not a singular event, or a finite process; it is a lifestyle.
Recovery is a fundamental change to be made to the way you look at and interact with the world and the people in it.
Recovery is a transformative experience that takes place slowly, making small incremental changes towards improving oneself.
Recovery is about interacting with healthier people, which is why meeting have a lot to offer.
Recovery is a willingness to try something new and make a small effort every day to engage in new habits and behaviours.
Recovery is moving out of a hopeless state of mind and body. Where a person no longer experiences certain kinds of suffering.
Recovery is the actions that need to be taken in order to achiever a state of stability and move towards optimal mental health.
Dr. Laurie Betito Quotes