Daily Recovery Quotes. As you can see from above, addiction recovery is possible. “your best days are ahead of you.
“this is what i think. The best quotes about recovery 1. If you need an extra kick to get sober, here are some motivating addiction recovery quotes.
Living With Ambiguity When I Know Peace Is At The Center Of My Being And I Can Tap Into It Whenever I Want To, I Can Tolerate Living With The Mystery, The Unknown.
“if you can quit for a day, you can quit for a lifetime.”. Augustus william hare 2in the heavens there is calmness and on the earth there is beauty. You were created to be victorious.” — joel osteen “my favorite six words in recovery are:
As A Whole Could Survive And Function Effectively.
Daily recovery quotes 1we look to our last sickness for repentance, unmindful that it is during a recovery men repent, not during a sickness. The second best time is now.” — chinese proverb “believe you can and you’re halfway there.” — theodore roosevelt “the most common way people give up their power is by thinking that they don’t have any.” Daily recovery quotes august 7, 2019 · “the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago.
Getting Sober Just Exploded My Life.
People have the independence and control to participate in all decisions related to their recovery. Trust god, clean house and help others.” — matthew perry Still, the recovery process was always there when we needed and accepted it.’ (p 80, cda first edition) i worked my using hard, so now i work my recovery hard.
In The Gardens There Is.
I am letting go of all the pains and wounds and not thinking about them. Sometimes you can only find heaven by slowly backing away from hell. Recovery didn t open the gates of heaven and let me in.
A Man Would Do Nothing If He Waited Until He Could Do It So Well That No One Could Find Fault.
2) “the hopeful part about that is when you do have that help, you will feel better. There was an insistent yearning to enjoy life as we once did and a heartbreaking obsession that some new miracle of control would enable us to do it. Taking it one day at a time.