Creating Your Recovery Checklist

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Starting your life in recovery can be a strange experience after a lifestyle controlled by compulsions and addictions. Many say that the first year of recovery is the toughest, but it gets better as you become sober for longer.

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To help you keep yourself on track on your recovery, especially as you begin this new chapter in your life, use this  Recovery Checklist from We Care We Serve as your guide.

  • Accept that you have an addiction
  • Practice honesty in your life
  • Learn to avoid high-risk situations
  • Ask for help
  • Practice calling friends before you have cravings
  • Become actively involved in twelve-step groups
  • Go to discussion meetings and begin to share
  • Get a sponsor and do step work
  • Get rid of using friends
  • Make time for you and your recovery
  • Practice saying no
  • Take better care of yourself
  • Develop healthy eating and sleeping habits
  • Learn to relax and let go of stress
  • Discover how to have fun clean and sober
  • “Play the tape forward” to deal with cravings
  • Deal with post-acute withdrawal symptoms
  • Develop a strategy for scoal settings where drinking is involved
  • Develop tolerance and compassion for yourself and others
  • Say goodbye to your addiction
  • See yourself as a non-user

Change your life now. Turn it all around. Be on the path to recovery. Talk to our Rehab Specialists today:

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