We thought we’d share this small true story with you as an example of the types of traumas and daily struggles that most children of addicted parent(s) experience on a daily basis, often multiple times a day, each and every day.
Our minds can be a powerful force which can cause us to do both good or bad things. Our minds know just what to say to you and at just the right time for your mind to achieve whatever it is focused on. As addicts, we know this extremely well in the form of cravingsContinue reading “Thoughts Are Simply That… Thoughts!”
Trying to face the world alone in recovery is like trying to ice a cake without baking a cake underneath first of all!
Humans have social tendencies engrained in this DNA from hunter gatherer days when we were still living in caves.
Cave men couldn’t eat if they didn’t work together with others to stalk and kill their prey from subsistence hunting and trying to go it alone in recovery is very similar.
Find out some of our tips and tricks to learning new skills and helping others.
Hindsight is a wonderful thing.
If only we knew when we were younger what we know now or could tell someone else!
We obviously can’t change the past, but we can change what we do now and in the future & we need your help!
We want to know what you’d say to yourself or someone else who may be ending up going down the same or similar road to you or a loved one.
We will be producing a “big brother book of advice” which will be given to local schools so that we can try and curve the ever increasing rates of substance use and addiction.
In addiction and recovery, we often try to hide what we perceive as shameful, embarrassing, offensive or events or outcomes we may feel guilt or regret about. However, we should try to see them as “badges” of experience, growth, development and achievement.
Without realising it, you are inspiring and motivating others whilst accomplishing your own goals, milestones and achievements.