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Tom Rohrer, PhD, MFT is the Executive Director of the Addiction Recovery Graduate Programs, a Psychotherapist; Life, Performance, & Recovery Coach and Author: Thriving Beyond Addiction: A Complete User-Friendly Guide.

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“We’re here to connect.”

 

 Will Smith’s character, Howard Intlet, makes this declaration during the movie Collateral Beauty. After experiencing a great tragedy, his character seeks answers from the universe. And just like Howard, many of us are seeking answers and trying to understand the importance of connecting to one another.

 

For those of us who are battling an addiction and working towards recovery, we are often told to “stay connected.” We hear it in our recovery circles. The speaker likely means to return to a meeting and to stay in contact with people who will support us.

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When you are battling an addiction, your ability to be self-aware is greatly impaired. As you move into recovery, you will discover that awareness is the most important resource that you can have! Your openness for building your awareness skills is the key to making better choices and building new positive (changing old) habits. Think of this as a chance to:

·      –Notice what you are feeling and thinking

·      –Recover valuable parts of who you were before your addiction took over

·      –Develop a better understanding of your inner self

·      –Create clearer awareness of what you really want

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Posted by on in Recommended Reading

“We’re here to connect.”

 

 Will Smith’s character, Howard Intlet, makes this declaration during the movie Collateral Beauty. After experiencing a great tragedy, his character seeks answers from the universe. And just like Howard, many of us are seeking answers and trying to understand the importance of connecting to one another.

 

For those of us who are battling an addiction and working towards recovery, we are often told to “stay connected.” We hear it in our recovery circles. The speaker likely means to return to a meeting and to stay in contact with people who support.

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