Though it might not seem like it, as someone in recovery, you’re in a position to be a role model. You’ve overcome a lot of obstacles, and you’re living proof that a person can face some real challenges and come through the other side.
At The River Source, we take a holistic approach to substance abuse treatment. We focus on healing the body, mind, and spirit together because the three are equally important to your overall well-being. And part of that is engaging with what else the client must do to heal beyond getting clean.
If you’re in recovery, it’s especially important to be mindful of how you’re using social media, because of the impact it can have on your daily routine — and potentially, your sobriety. That’s why, at The River Source, we’ve put together a few points to consider when using social media while in recovery.
Many people feel understandably nervous about starting 12-step meetings. On top of seeming like a significant commitment, it’s natural to feel anxious about speaking openly with so many strangers at once. Don’t worry: Everyone else in a 12-step group has had those feelings, gotten through them, and made meaningful connections and progress because of these…