Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Recovery is a new beginning.

Recovery can be a time of great personal fulfillment and growth. But it is a constantly evolving period that requires work to maintain.

By abstaining from alcohol and drugs, people in recovery can regain their physical health and emotional well-being.
Over time, your loved one will return to being a happier person, a dedicated student or employee, and a more loving family member.

Inviting the recovering person to talk about his or her experiences can be quite supportive – here are some examples:

  • I'd be interested in hearing how your meetings are going.
  • Are the coordinators helpful?
  • Are you finding that recovery is a struggle for you?
  • Do you like the other participants?

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