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Your Story, Your Shares On Facebook Change Things

We spend a lot of our time moving information from what we don’t know into what we know. In fact, we often say, “I didn’t know that!” and now we do. We accumulate quite a bit of information, which, coupled with our own unique life experiences makes us knowledgeable.

ROR’s Articles Generate AHA Moments And Hundreds Of Comments Every Day

What do we do with all this knowledge? Often, the answer is nothing. We fool ourselves into thinking that no one wants to hear our story… when in fact, our story is a powerful one and inspires others.

Your Comments matter Your story matters

Every accomplishment you’ve made to get you to this point in your life is a testament to resiliency and strength … and it serves to motivate and empower others who are on similar paths. Be generous! Reach out to others in a way that enrolls them in the possibility of being clean, sober and happy.

Share Your AHA Moments And Recovery Experiences To Inspire Others

Meet people on the ROR group page on Facebook and let’s have a conversation about what’s going well for you right now. When we choose to focus on what’s going well, we feel energized and eager to continue making progress. Share a moment of your life by posting a video or a picture of what it’s like to be you right now. Let us celebrate your excitement with you!

Start a conversation

Practice using your new voice in a space of like-minded people by making comments and asking questions. Show up for yourself in a way you may never have before by being generous in your sharing.

Meet you there…. Elizabeth

Reach Out Recovery Exclusive By: Elizabeth Viszt

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Elizabeth is a certified Educational Specialist and Success Coach. She has a BA, MS in biology with a concentration in ethology (animal behavior), is an EAGALA Equine Specialist in equine assisted learning and personal development, and has extensive personal leadership skills. She spent much of her career in education at the high school, college and correctional facility levels teaching biology & chemistry and acting in the capacity of a success coach. Elizabeth presents workshops and seminars which address communication issues as they manifest in personal relationships. She uses writing as both a creative and cathartic outlet, especially after losing both of her parents to cancer in 2015. She lives in upstate NY, on a farm that bears the name of her motto: Be Unreasonable! She's invested in empowering others in moving their pieces forward in the world.

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