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Old 10-13-2018, 08:38 PM  
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Default Re: Is true recovery ever possible?

I think we recover but need to keep on the same path we took while recovering. I also think that life will seem easier in time with the new path when we appreciate ourselves for all we have done for ourselves and how good that can feel. However, relapse is a factor that most encounter. It's important to not feel hopeless after a relapse even though that happens; we can remember there is always hope and we can get better again by doing what we did before to get better again.
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