Recovery comes by doing

Recovery doesn’t happen overnight. Of course, there is always a turning point but the eventual change of orientation is done with time. But before we can talk about an overall change, we need to talk about making the turn. If you don’t make the turn, your direction will not change. And making a turn has to be your own decision. If you keep doing what you’ve been doing, you keep acting they way you’ve been acting and keep talking the way you’ve been talking, there will be no change. The essence of this blog is to give you new materials that you can base your switch on.

If some people or everybody around you don’t understand you, there’s nothing wrong with you. If they pressure you because of your different perspective, something is most likely wrong with their understanding of life. If what they say or the pressure they put on you is getting to you and causes you to react badly and/or put up with a negative attitude, then you need to check it. How you fight negativity growing in you is by looking for an avenue that brings something positive out of you.

Let these new things you hear change the way you talk. If the manner of your talk is upgraded, then your actions will follow suit. When your actions are consistent with this, then you will find your life stirred in a much higher and responsible direction. Make a decision today about something that you will do differently. Allow yourself to recover. Don’t justify the wrong things you do. Don’t celebrate the abnormalities in your life. Instead move in the direction of true life fulfillment.

The posts in the category called Special are there to help you get an understanding of thoughts in the direction of true life. And the category called Action point are posts that share things that you can do that can begin the change you want to see in your life. If you suffer in life, it is because of something you don’t know.

Reason to be mentally sound: it costs nothing to be healthy

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One thought on “Recovery comes by doing

  1. This really resonates with me. I have battled addiction and mental illness most of my life. I am poly addicted. I move from one drug to another. To gambling . To whatever i can to make me stop feeling. I am now 32 and this week i did what your blog speaks about. I realised the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result.
    Feel free to follow me and my journey. Its only early days and the road is long, however we all know the first steps are the hardest.
    Thanks for sharing

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