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Top 10 Recovery Songs

18 May 2016 Written by 

Music Leads To The Life We Want To See

Music has tangible effect on our everyday life. We listen to the kind of music that expresses what we are feeling and where we're going. People in active substance listen to party and music that encourages them to misbehave as a lifestyle choice. Today’s top music, while it is fun,  leads us to believe that partying like Lil’ Wayne and associates is a desirable goal. People in recovery listen to more inspirational music that help them feel upbeat and happy.

Recovery Music Is A Healthier Way To Listen

I’ve included a list of 10 songs that will encourage, uplift and keep you in a positive mindset for the day ahead, in no particular order. This is a good place to start but take the initiative to create playlists for every mood that will encourage you and remind you of the good.

 My Top Ten Songs

Number 1: Rachel Platten- Fight Song

Number 2: Bright Eyes- This Is The First Day Of My Life

Number 3: Jason Lytle- Brand New Sun

Number 4: Katy Perry- Firework

Number 5: Capital Cities- Safe And Sound

 

Number 6: Kelly Clarkson- Piece By Piece

 Number 7: Justin Timberlake- Can't Stop The Feeling

 

 Number 8: Mumford and Sons- Only Love

 

Number 9: Frank Turner- The Next Storm

 

Number 10: Jose Gonzalez- Step Outside

I got inspired just compiling this list. And trust me when I say that there are millions more out there. Fill your mind and your day with inspiration and positivity. It will transform your recovery and make it sustainable. Happy listening! I promise I won’t judge you if you are singing in the shower again.

 Reach Out Recovery Exclusive By: The Intern

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