Self Discovery on the Road to Addiction Recovery

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“During my Withdrawal experience, I have discovered many things about myself. My first few days have been challenging but in a good way. I have learned some ways to help control my anxiety and urges to drink. This was also a great time to self-reflect on what I was doing to myself, family and friends. I re-evaluated my goals in life and what I want for the future. Overall, I thought the Withdrawal process was a wonderful experience even when it was challenging at times.”—Corey B.

“Although it was hard to realize that most of the people I have been involved with in the past are not good for me, it is refreshing to find out that the people left in my life are going to be a positive influence. They will be there to help me through my tough times. It’s nice to be aware of what it is that I need. I know I will be treating others the way that I want to be treated from now on. It’s good to be aware that even the smallest of things affect those around me. I am looking forward to my new life full of honesty, integrity, and happiness.”—Jeremy J.

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After overcoming her own addiction in 2012 Julie went on to become certified as an addiction counselor in order to help others achieve a life of recovery. She worked in the addiction field for 8 years and now uses both her personal and professional experiences with addiction as an influence for her writing.