Why the struggle?

My recovery has been filled with much struggle though as I overcame each one of those things I grew from it. By choosing my higher power, Jesus Christ, I found strength and courage to keep going forward in faith.

Many people seeking recovery find that it’s still filled with judgement and ridicule. NA or AA attendees struggle with the correct verbiage for their program instead of embracing the idea of recovery. I find this sad, as the newcomers looking for someone to help guide them are now rejected and this person may never seek help again.

The changes that are needed must be nurtured and encouragement given to grow. Though it is up to us individually if we truly want recovery for ourselves. And no-one but us can make it work. Let’s not alienate the newcomer before you even know what is happening in their lives.

Peace and Blessings to you all. ❤🌹Rose FB_IMG_1504581967885

Published by T. Rose Recovery/Addiction Support

T. Rose, I'm a Business Owner, Internationally Published Author & Publisher of my copyrighted intellectual property. Recovery Advocate and 16yr [2018] Recovered Addict working to inspire Hope in others to find recovery for their lives, by sharing my experience, strength, and courage to fight back against the stigma of addiction. I've been blessed with breaking the chains of addiction that my two children were destined for and proud grandma of five beautiful little ones. Life has its struggles but it's how we face it that is most important. Thnx, Rose

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