Another Step Towards Recovery

Becoming a self-confident person has always been a goal which seemed unattainable.  Although I am not yet fully operational as a self-lovromanceing person who exudes a terrific self esteem, I am happy to say that I have found an inner peace.  This inner peace has helped tamp down the awful thoughts and feelings I have had which hindered my confidence.

Inner peace translates to happiness.  Happiness has spread outward and embraced my entire world.   My newly found peace and happiness are imperative to the self care which is needed and craved.  Codependents who struggle with confidence issues can find their peace.  The will to find this peace is ever present, but it takes work.  It is not an easy task and one must keep the will for peace at the forefront of all thoughts.  The good new is:  peace is attainable.

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  1. A Big Arizona Hello Shelbi,

    Thanks for coming by my blog and I think I’d been following you 🙂 I’m humbled I’m on your “Blogs I Follow” list. Your post here really touched me. Even being in recovery a wee bit over 7yrs now from addicted gambling & alcohol, I do find a day or 2 that I stumble on being MORE THAN in recovery then feeling LESS THAN.

    That’s why it’s important to work our Steps over and over to show ourselves how much we have grown in recovery, and helps us keep loving ourselves as we leave the past in the past, and make that amends to yourself about all of it. It doesn’t de-fine the beautiful people we are today on recovery! Continued success.

    Hugs & Blessings,
    *Catherine* 🙂

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