Restart Your Recovery - 12 Things You Can Do To Get Back on the Beam: Recapturing Emotional Sobriety and Avoiding Relapse

Author : Taite Adams

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Restart Your Recovery - 12 Things You Can Do To Get Back on the Beam: Recapturing Emotional Sobriety and Avoiding Relapse

Getting clean and sober for many was a struggle and a life-changing process. Alcoholism and addiction is something that takes so much from so many and requires a great commitment to recover from. What we learn is that recovery from addiction is a lifetime process and something that must be maintained on an ongoing basis, as we are never really cured of this disease. Unfortunately, many of us get better quickly and we may forget just how bad it really was or how good it can be in recovery. Priorities change and sobriety often takes a back seat to family, career and other commitments. When our recovery program begins to suffer, so do we and those around us as emotional sobriety goes out the window.

Restart Your Recovery - 12 Things You Can Do to Get Back on the Beam , now in its 2nd Edition, is a book about re-establishing oneself in recovery, recapturing emotional sobriety, avoiding relapse and finding new beginnings. It is a powerful message of renewal balanced with a set of very clear action items designed to pave a new and stronger pathway in recovery for those who have been struggling with priorities and emotional sobriety. With a clear approach to providing suggested actions, and drawing on her own history of struggle and renewal in recovery, author Taite Adams is able to give the struggling person in recovery hope and provide a clear direction for a way back. Some of the areas that are addressed in detail are:

  • What is Emotional Sobriety?
  • Why We Move Away From Recovery
  • Signs of Relapse
  • Actions You Can Take To Get Back on The Beam
  • The Importance of Service and Fellowship
  • Prayer and Meditation in Recovery
  • Outside Help
  • Taking Action Above All Else
  • and Much More
What many people fail to realize is that recovery doesn't just have to be "as good" as it was in the beginning. It can be that and a great deal more if you are willing to take the actions to make it so. Whether just coming to terms with the idea that something is missing in your recovery program or are struggling with one of those emotional bottoms in recovery, Restart Your Recovery is an invaluable tool for self-discovery that will help you take the actions necessary for you to make a new beginning in recovery today and give you the tools to avoid relapse. 2nd Edition Published 6/3/2014

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