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100 Days Of You

29 May 2017 Written by 

This summer, Reach Out Recovery is celebrating 100 days of you. We hope you will join us as we travel from Memorial Day to Labor Day this summer discovering the best that we can be. We are taking this time to deliberately focus on ourselves.

What We Need To Discover

  • What do we need?
  • What do we want?
  • How do we feel?
  • Are we resentful for doing too much?
  • Are we angry because we expected someone to do something for us?
  • Are we meeting our basic needs for food, water, and sleep?

Getting the answers to these basic questions gives insights into how we are feeling. The answers tell us how to have fun this summer pampering ourselves. At the same time, our happiness makes life more pleasant for those around us. 

How can we restore the balance between our needs and our responsibilities? Recovery answers, "Keep the focus on yourself" or simply take care of yourself.

Will You Celebrate With Us?

Let's get out there and have fun.

  • Let's make lemonade and show life who's boss
  • Let's love ourselves well
  • Let's play hard
  • Let's eat fresh fruits and veggies
  • Let's picnic
  • Let's relax

Most importantly, let's band together. Let's cheer each other on and be accountable.  At the end of the summer, we will look back on how how much better we treat ourselves. For the next 100 days, we will ask ourselves in a loving tone, "What do you want?" We can't wait to see what the answers are.

A Reach Out Recovery Exclusive By: Pam Carver

 

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Pam Carver

In my family of origin, three of us are in treatment for codependency, drugs, and/or alcohol abuse. Two of us are in denial about the devastating effects codependency, drugs, and alcohol have had on our family. None of us are talking about it. I’m the codependent one on a quest for healthy living through love and boundaries. My journey started in Celebrate Recovery. I have much to learn and practice. I live with my wonderful husband, amazing son, and pseudo-therapy beagle, Spot. I enjoy long walks on the beach and writing about the life-changing principles I’m learning in the rooms of recovery.
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