you and by sharing your story you can become stronger and learn that you are not alone when facing life’s many trials and tribulations.
Another important function of your recovery community is that it can help educate your friends and family about addiction, recovery and sobriety. If the people closest to you don’t have personal experience with addiction, they may not understand what you’re going through or how they can best help you. The more you discuss with them, the better equipped they’ll be to support you, not enable you.
That is what this blog is for; it offers you access to a community of others who are working at managing their sobriety, time to reflect on your own recovery, and share your story with others who can truly relate. Keeping a recovery community requires you to nurture your relationships and surround yourself with positive people. Because addicts and alcoholics are often prone to withdrawing themselves, keeping in touch with your recovery community is one of the most important things you can do to combat isolation and relapse. By engaging your community regularly and maintaining a close connection to people who have a genuine interest in helping you with your recovery, you give yourself the best possible opportunity to stay clean and sober whatever life throws at you.