Welcome to Your Life, Re-imagined A huge part of healing from addiction involves facing the past and fixing all of the damage and hurt you can. But the soul-searching work of recovery also involves looking forward—figuring out what you truly care about and exploring new possibilities for living your most authentic, purposeful and, yes, perfectly imperfect life. Maybe that means going back to school. Or training for a marathon. Or learning to paint/garden/ dance/meditate/pursue whatever might be gently tugging at your creative spirit. The sky’s the limit when you reclaim your hopes and dreams from addiction. We Belong Together For women in recovery, living with authenticity and purpose also involves connection. A sense of belonging. Especially in recovery, our relationships can be a powerful source of encouragement, inspiration and support. We learn from one another’s experience, recognizing our own struggles and strengths in new ways and opening our hearts and minds to different perspectives and practices. Truly and Bravely You We invite you to come here often to learn how other women nurture and advance their recovery. The collective wisdom shared here—the ideas, blogs, webcasts, recovery events and other resources—is intended to help you take those next steps forward, as only you can do. You Might Also Like Addiction Recovery for Moms: 5 Tips for Long-Term Sobriety "Giving back" is how Theia J. stays sober Is codependency affecting your relationships?