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Me, My Own Best Friend

After my recent blog post yesterday, I had a few women message me and thank me for writing it. It blew me away because I had kept this blog a secret for years. 463 more words

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clouds drifting across the sky (# 29)

Not too surprisingly, yesterday changed, and I shifted with it. The sun came out. The afternoon turned lovely and warm. My husband, younger daughter, and I went exploring. 328 more words

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DR - June 19, 2018

Daily Recovery Readings
June 19, 2018

Daily Reflection

“A.A. REGENERATION”

Such is the paradox of A.A. regeneration: strength arising out of complete defeat and weakness, the loss of one’s old life as a condition for finding a new one. 447 more words

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A Clear Mind

In the classic movie Jerry McGuire, Dicky Fox says, “I love waking up in the morning.  I clap my hands and say this is going to be a great day!” 300 more words

a life beyond your wildest dreams

“Stick with the programme and you’ll get a life beyond your wildest dreams.”

That’s the unofficial AA promise, which I have heard shared approximately 50 thousand times by various people in the rooms since getting sober. 554 more words

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The Addiction Support Cycle

Sober Housing is usually considered to be a form of aftercare – the phase of treatment that is focused on maintaining sobriety.

 If you’re ready to apply to one of our sober living locations, submit your application today or contact our admissions team at (908) 946-0005 for more information about men’s sober living with Cambridge Recovery or visit our website at www.cambridgerecoveryestates.com

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Sober Housing

The purpose of a Sober Housing is to provide a safe and healthy living environment to initiate and sustain recovery—defined as abstinence from alcohol and other non-prescribed drug use and improvement in one’s physical, mental, spiritual, and social wellbeing. 610 more words

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