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Recovery and the Man in the Hallway

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 6, 2016 9:00:00 AM / by Judge Shaun Floerke posted in Recovery, spirituality, recovery capital

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Amassing Recovery Capital Takes Work and Practice.

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 4, 2015 9:52:54 AM / by Staff Blog posted in sober community, hope, spirituality, recovery capital, alcoholism, recovery tools

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Last month we discussed a new series of articles focusing on the tools to build recovery capital by addressing some of the common struggles, questions, and successes that can present challenges to our mind, body and soul, even while sober. Building recovery capital means just that, building up enough resources, tools, and community inside the rooms of recovery and during the recovery process to rely on when things are difficult - when life asks us who we are. This “recovery capital” will help guide us through the rough times, to grow and adapt to life’s challenges to eventually come out the other end with new meaning and purpose.  

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“Chop Wood, Carry Water” - Building Recovery Capital by Investing in You.

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 4, 2015 9:43:45 AM / by Staff Blog posted in recovery capital, Chop Wood, Carry Water, drug recovery, sober life, alcohol recovery

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Walking into the rooms of recovery is often the first step to what could become a fundamental change in your life. A change that brings hope, a sense of peace and serenity, and even love. Starting this journey, however, is not just about making a decision to refrain daily from the use of drugs and alcohol. Of course not using drugs or alcohol is required to participate in the rooms of recovery, but the mindset of this change in yourself is something more. It is a decision to show up to do the work that is required to participate in having a meaningful life. Really, it is a conscious choice to invest in yourself by building recovery capital to become the person you were meant to be.

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