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ADDICTION RECOVERY-PROTECTING & CARING FOR THE FUTURE YOU JOURNAL SERIES
Supporting the Subconscious Mind to Accept a New Self-Image

IF YOU STRUGGLE WITH SOBRIETY BUT ARE STILL WORKING TOWARDS PROTECTING AND CARING FOR YOUR FUTURE SELF...YOU ARE BECOMING THE CEO YOUR LIFE.

Please begin this addictions recovery series with a fresh journal. You should be able to find one at the dollar store. You will be answering questions as we move forward and have the opportunity to participate in short anonymous surveys which link to additional resources and information.

THE 3 INTENTIONS OF THIS JOURNAL SERIES:

1. to support you to have a greater awareness about how you operate and become a little suspicious about why you think, feel and behave as you do.

2. to support you be more, do more and have more by becoming absolutely positively obsessed (A.P.O) with becoming the CEO of your life.

3. to support you to begin closing the GAP between where you are now and where you would prefer to be in life.


THIS SERIES IS FOR YOU IF YOU ARE SOMEONE WHO SEES THIS VALUE OF:

1. becoming more aware about how you operate.

2.  becoming the CEO of your life (in charge of your beliefs, thoughts, feelings and behaviors.)

3.  beginning to close the GAP between where you are now and where you want to be.

Use this series to have an honest look at where you today and where you want to be. As you move through the sections you will likely notice that a GAP exists between where you are in the present and where you would prefer to be in the future.

That is normal for most people, and especially true for anyone experiencing addictions or substance abuse issues. Yet, if you want more from your life this GAP will need to be addressed. 


Creating lasting change requires a shift in self-image. Your self-image is deeply rooted and new perceptions must be accepted and absorbed by the stubborn robotic subconscious mind, if positive change is to be maintained.

For people experiencing addiction issues, the subconscious mind has cemented the identity of "addict" or "problem user." As you move through this series, every insight you have will enrich you and spill out into the world. Your decision to take charge of your life is a gift to yourself and those you care about. Know that your personal success can have far-reaching positive consequences in the world. 

By the end of the addiction recovery journal series you will have completed a range of self-assessments, taken on the role of “social scientist” and developed a preliminary plan for beginning/continuing to address substance issues. 

Note-please be certain to complete the short anonymous surveys in order to receive additional information.