Living Sober “One Day At A Time”.
All of us, whether in recovery or not, have faced times of indecision in our lives. But for those of us struggling with addiction, indecision can be daunting, triggering and even crippling.
If you haven’t yet been confronted with the need to make an important decision in early recovery, don’t worry – you likely will… and it may be difficult to determine which choice to make or which path to take.
Ultimately, your decisions must prioritize your sobriety.
Will Mckinney is Lakewood Recovery's house manager. Will has dealt with anxiety and major depression before and after recovering.
Here Will explains how he responds to stress and anxiety and what depressions and anxiety are like after being recovered. He focuses on personal development strategies and life skills that complements his 12-step program.
When you quit drugs and alcohol with the right solution, you’ll see improvements throughout your life.
Even though issues in life still arise when you're free of substance abuse, you will feel happier, more productive and have more structure. Relationships with others will improve. And on the days that you don’t want to put the effort in, you’ll have the strength to keep going.