Congratulate yourself for continuing to treat yourself with awareness and compassion.

This is your place to develop practices that will keep your existing intentions in place and create new goals within your journey. 

The key is to realize that by choosing an honest relationship with yourself and taking consistent steps each day, that you will continue to meet your challenges and celebrate achievements.   

My name is Lee, and I am here to guide you through the insights and rewards of the many layers of your recovery.  My hope is that you will realize your ability to approach your intentions with honesty and commitment. 

This dedication and care was offered to me in my early recovery, and these practices and mindsets have become the foundations of creating a better understanding of myself and achieving goals.                                                                                                   

I want to pass on my experiences of exploring recovery with the resources of  counsellings, research, strategies and more importantly what I have learned from those that I have guided through the layers of self-discovery.

Do you share these desires?

  • Ease the burden of past behaviors
  • Learn to be honest with yourself
  • Form meaningful presence in your relationships
  • Gain confidence to push forward
  • Achieve milestones
  • Cultivate balance and peace of mind
  • Establish boundaries that reflect your intentions
  • Create a path to a vision you have for yourself

These are attainable discoveries.   

The key is having plans and practices and commitment to move towards these realties.

What does recovery mean for you?

Allow yourself to use this space think about your approach to your recovery.  Take time to explore the resources here to develop practices to serve you during times of need, and let this be your space to discover new goals and find some ease within your life.

Ask yourself, discuss with yourself:

  • How would being more honest with myself affect relationships with others?
  • Would I like to develop a consistent gratitude practice to create more resources?
  • Have I grieved myself and the circumstances of past events?
  • Does my focus on relapse prevention fluctuate?
  • Do I acknowledge my fears of navigating recovery?
  • How often do I guide my approach to conflict?
  • Am I equipped to curb negative self-talk?
  • Has my approach in recovery inspired me to achieve other goals?
  • Do I envision what peace of mind looks like for me?

The process to engage all of these layers of growth takes courage and patience.  Approaching ourselves with gradual steps of awareness works over time and it works well with guidance,  and this all comes together with dedication to yourself.

A good start to laying the groundwork for your recovery is learning to grieve yourself.  This allows you the opportunity to accept the past, manage the influence this brings to the present and move into a future guided by mindsets and action.

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