Posts tagged recovery
Stress Awareness Month - Practical Ways to De-Stress

We live in a world that is wired to worry. We’ve been programmed to worry about the food we eat, the clothes we wear, our jobs, relationships and on and on. All of this worrying puts our minds through mental gymnastics while exhausting our bodies. As we place additional emphasis on, and give concern to, these areas of our lives we create stress.

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The 4 Pillars of Recovery

Home. Health. Purpose. Community. Four simple words should be simple to achieve, right?! But if it were so simple we would all have it. These four words are a good barometer for your recovery. Almost every new recoveree I work with that is struggling in early recovery is missing at least one of these pillars. Conversely, those with a healthy recovery nearly always have all four pillars fulfilled.

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Introduction to the Recovery Friendly Workplace Toolkit

Thank you for taking this step in learning more about Recovery Friendly Workplaces (RFW). At Recovree, we believe that employers play a critical role in fighting the disease of addiction and want to make it easier for you to better understand how to create and maintain recovery friendly practices in your company. Recovery is good for business! Employers are becoming more proactive in recognizing the economical and cultural benefits of being better informed about this disease and ways to support talent who are seeking help.

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Lost, by Darren Reed

I was as lost as I could be with no idea how I got where I was. This is not how my life was supposed to go. I had overcome so much, accomplished many things and yet I was here on the floor of my apartment, hallucinating after a night of alcohol and drug use. Where did I go wrong? When did it start? I had my first drink and became drunk at the age of 11. For me, alcohol was an immediate love. I didn’t know it at the time, but I was empty inside and alcohol filled that void. This was not my parents' fault. Perhaps I was born with a genetic predisposition to alcohol and mental illness…

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Veteran's Day Spotlight: Ali, U.S. Marine Veteran

You all may recognize me as the one that wrote about being “Sober AF” in September. Well, the lovely people at Recovree thought of me when wanting to do a spotlight for Veteran’s Day. …Oh yeah. I forgot to mention in my previous blog post that I am a six-year Marine Corps Veteran. It’s not something I purposefully left out. I quite literally just forgot to mention it.

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