What You’ll Learn
- What happens when you embrace “mess up’s” or “mistakes”
- The epiphany Erin had that led to her hit song Out of the Darkness
- Why you need to take responsibility for yourself and your recovery
- How instant gratification can lead to impulsive decisions
- What is the best form of validation
It’s a losing game, I’ll only have myself to blame. If I don’t fight to win and overcome and realize that I’m the only one who can save me, and don’t let myself get in the way and how am I supposed to believe that I can ever make it out of the darkness. -Erin Willett from Out of the Darkness
Favorite Recovery Resource
- Still trying to figure it out. Still trying to find the tools that are going to get her to the healthiest place mentally.
Advice to Former Self
In a weird way that this is all going to make sense. You just have to get through all of this struggle, and not be patient with it, but understand that there is purpose in it.
Definition of Recovery
What we have been through is not who we are and where we are going is all up to us.
For Your Journey
- 2016 Recovery Warrior Calendar (Use discount code WARRIOR to receive 10% off your order!)
- Find professional help through Recovery Warriors Help Finder
- Rise Up + Recover app on Google Play and iTunes
- Music Credit: “Something to Live For” by Mallory Faye
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