Living without alcohol has allowed my mind, body and spirit to remain free. Alcohol used to cloud my judgement and create a false sense of what a good quality of life was. Being free from alcohol, I am able to live everyday as it is Independence Day. I broke the chains of addiction and I know those chains still remain, but I am not remain shackled anymore. My false perception of what a good quality of life represented has completely changed over the last 4 years of my active recovery. I am properly treated for my bipolar disorder and properly treat myself for my addiction disorder by participating in the AA community / fellowship. In relation to my experience, I have needed more fellowship connections as I have become more invested in my active recovery. It is critical to continue to keep investing in yourself and your recovery, as if you were depositing money into your savings account. By investing in your mind, body and spirit, you will continue to be successful and recognize the success of others around you.
How much are you investing in your recovery?
Free – Zac Brown Band