3 thoughts on “10 Ways to Stop Being Lonely in Recovery

  • November 14, 2013 at 4:49 am

    Yeah, it´s true!

    Once you have recognized that yo have a problem, you need to go to recovery. It´s also really important (point #4) to radically cut out your negative influences to change your bad habits

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  • March 24, 2017 at 6:01 pm

    the effects of drugs on our youths are getting ou of hand, as a single mother with two kids, struggling for daily bread, my hope on larry my son,who happened to be an addict to drugs was elapsing.He’s been an addict for 10 years, which has caused him a lot of troubles,he gets to move with bad peers,steal from me and sometimes from other people to get drugs.he gets into fight and misbehave whenever he’s done taking them .he’s been arrested several times and rehabilitated twice .this got me worried and scared.Now he’s doing fine after some couple of days of contact with diviner chindu,who helped pray for him and got him free from addiction .i got to contact him after i saw a testimony of a woman on a blog who also faced similar issue with her husband. am so happy and greatful. i’d urge anyone who’s lost hope already not to,but to contact him via his email adress: newgracefoundation@gmail.com

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  • October 31, 2019 at 4:53 pm

    Thank you, this seems like a very helpful article.

    I used to have a drug addiction, until I suffered a psychosis and quit. Im now 4 years clean, and almost 3 years recovering from the psychosis. I left or lost almost all of my friends after quitting.

    My social life is still very fragile. On the other hand I have a job that is very demanding. I feel this is threatening my recovery, because my job sucks all my energy and I have none or little left for my social life. Also climate change makes me worry alot which isolates me further. I have to be careful. Thank you for the tips.

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