Early Recovery

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Early recovery is many things. There is discomfort, longing, ruminating, craving and still more loneliness in the absence of what had become a reliable companion (your substance of choice and altered state). It also generates fear, anxiety and depressive states when contemplating facing life without its presence.

We enter this new journey, most of the time, not knowing who we are without “it”, or how we want to be going forward. 

Once there is a period of stabilization and hopefully, the determination for continued healing with personal growth, there is yet another place of discomfort. This sounds more like – “ok, now what – what’s next? I am abstinent, clean, sober, but my life doesn’t look much different. I have the same bills, responsibilities, relationships, conflicts and a lack of direction.”

Everyone in recovery, regardless of severity level, will have to figure out how to get through daily activities without altering their state of being.

There is still so much more work to be done in self-discovery, quality of life improvement and personal empowerment to create higher levels of functioning that provide great self-worth.

This is the specific “place” that I created Turning Leaves Recovery services for.

Visit our website https://turningleavesrecovery.com/services/ submit an Enquiry, or complete a questionnaire. We are here to answer any of your questions and help you determine how to generate forward moving positive motion in your life.

Let’s talk.

Early recovery is many things. There is discomfort, longing, ruminating, craving and still more loneliness in the absence of what had become a reliable companion (your substance of choice and altered state). It also generates fear, anxiety and depressive states when contemplating facing life without its presence.

We enter this new journey, most of the time, not knowing who we are without “it”, or how we want to be going forward. 

Once there is a period of stabilization and hopefully, the determination for continued healing with personal growth, there is yet another place of discomfort. This sounds more like – “ok, now what – what’s next? I am abstinent, clean, sober, but my life doesn’t look much different. I have the same bills, responsibilities, relationships, conflicts and a lack of direction.”

Everyone in recovery, regardless of severity level, will have to figure out how to get through daily activities without altering their state of being.

There is still so much more work to be done in self-discovery, quality of life improvement and personal empowerment to create higher levels of functioning that provide great self-worth.

This is the specific “place” that I created Turning Leaves Recovery services for.

Visit our website https://turningleavesrecovery.com/services/ submit an Enquiry, or complete a questionnaire. We are here to answer any of your questions and help you determine how to generate forward moving positive motion in your life.

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