share your story

Why is it important to share your story

Help lift the stigma of mental health and addiction issues. Today’s sobriety quote tells us that in recovery, it’s important that we share our stories with others. It will make you feel better and less alone and it will inspire others. Now, it’s important to know your audience. Only share our story with people who support and love you and would never use any of it against you. In the appropriate setting, sharing your story will make be an amazing experience. Here are some tips on how to communicate better.

Give yourself the gift of sobriety and get to know the real you

Share your story if you’re in recovery. If you’re still thinking about taking the recovery step, we have support for you every day. Making the decision to get sober and stay sober leads to a new life with new feelings, newfound self-esteem, and new opportunities. It’s impossible to think about the future or goals, or anything important while in active addiction. In active addiction, we can’t see the world straight, much less ourselves. Once sober though, we can see things clearly. We can locate the issues and create solutions. Sobriety is the key to self-acceptance, relapse prevention and self-understanding.

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Haley Laferney
Haley Laferney is the Graphic Designer at Reach Out Recovery and a graduate of Ringling College of Art and Design. She is also a gold and silver ADDY award winner.

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