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Category Archives: Personal Stories

How to Practice Gratitude

For people in recovery, it is essential to cultivate a practice of gratitude. Some people are naturally positive and able to wake up to see the sunny side of their day ahead. For the rest, gratitude can be done as a spiritual practice which will help us to maintain sobriety, balance our emotions, and re-discover…

Quotes on Giving Back

Giving back is an essential component of sustained and joyful recovery. Here are some great quotes on giving back:         I slept and I dreamed that life is all joy. I woke and I saw that life is all service. I served and I saw that service is joy. (Kahlil Gibran) This…

20 years as an Alcoholic – True Story

Brian is a bus-driver from Blackpool in England. He describes his nearly twenty years as an addict to alcohol. He began drinking with his fellow bus-drivers and often came to work not able to remember what he had been doing the previous evening. This, he came to regard, as normal.

A Day in the Life at Drug & Alcohol Rehab Asia

So what is an average day like here at Alcohol Rehab? It really depends at what stage of the program you are in. If, like me, you are detoxing, the first week can be pretty tough, what with trying to sleep and feeling rough. But because they kept me busy on the program, I didn’t…