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 recovery. Very early on it becomes clear that to have any chance of a stable recovery we need an arsenal of contingencies. And we need to remain vigilant.
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.