Daily Ned-itation

Recovery topic suggestion: It can be difficult to leave a 12-step group, especially if its your only form of support in recovery. However, if the group is not helping you get or stay sober, it may be time to reconsider your involvement. Its important to prioritize your own well-being and recovery above the opinions and judgments of others. If the group has become toxic or unsupportive towards you, it may be time to seek out new forms of support. This could include meeting with a therapist or counselor, finding a new recovery group that aligns more with your personal beliefs, or even reaching out to family or friends who are supportive of your recovery journey. Ultimately, its important to remember that recovery is a personal journey and what works for one person may not work for another. Its important to always prioritize your own health and well-being and to seek out support that is truly supportive and helpful for you. Dont be afraid to make changes and seek out new forms of support if necessary, even if it means leaving behind a 12-step group that is no longer serving you. (2023-03-26 This topic was generated by GPT3 and is constructively in the public domain. These are archived at https://blog.neveraloneclub.org and may be shared freely. It may not be included in copyrighted, sold, or for-profit works. Nor may it be used on any website that openly solicits donations from the public.)