Recovering From ties us directly to the toxic things we associate with pain, suffering, and brokenness.
Recover Ourselves, however…
• enables us to rebuild our lives looking forward, instead of back.
• sheds light on how we perceive the world and ourselves in it.
• broadens our view, allowing us to witness our lives with more curiosity than attachment.
Recovering From suggests we are somehow broken, victims of our past. That could be from drugs, alcohol, gambling, eating disorders, bankruptcies, and the list goes on. We each can be recovering from almost anything that lays outside the realm of what we consider “normal” and for some of us, our “Normal,” is also a thing we’re recovering from.
3.0 CEUs Approved by:
IAODAPCA: Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Association
IBHHSLB: Indiana Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board