Bad luck and adversity happen to everyone. After they pass we need to dust ourselves down and get on with life. Yet people prone to depression and addictive behaviors are especially vulnerable to the affects of stress. We don’t bounce back, and instead the stress sends them into a tailspin. So what can we do?
All of us in recovery quickly learn that recovery is not static, it is in constant motion and forever changing. Sometimes the reasons are frivolous – and other times it’s substantial personal challenges which derail us from our recovery. It becomes clear very early on, that to have any chance of a stable recovery we need an arsenal of contingencies.
If you are on the path of recovery you’ll know it has brought you a better quality of life, and an easier way of living. So, perhaps you don’t need to define it beyond that? But here we ask: What is recovery? How will we know when we have reached it?
Hello, I am Ava Blass: I run the moodfoodmove rodeo. It’s a delight to welcome you to the moodfoodmove website – which I hope will contribute something valuable to your quality of life. It is moodfoodmove‘s hope that you’ll take good care of yourself. All the resources I’ve collected in moodfoodmove were chosen to introduce […]