Developing a Support Network to Help You Stay Sober and Make Progress

When you decide to face your addiction and commit to recovery, it is vital that you surround yourself with others who are in a similar position. As Mickey likes to say, "there are no lone rangers in recovery." Even if this is foreign or uncomfortable for you, being humble and asking for support from other people on the same path is going to help you stay accountable and healthy in your relationships. Connection is key, and as you work through your program, your recovery community can actually become some of your closest friendships as you grow together. Today, Mickey talks about some practical ways you can start building your network of support to help you stay sober and make progress on your path to healing.

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