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Real people with real recovery share: Top 5 Changes In Your Life Once You Get Sober

Have you ever wondered…”What would happen if I quit my addiction TODAY?”
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YOU TRAVEL MORE
Between having more money to save for the frills of life like vacations, plus actually having vacation days to use since you’re not wasting them all being hungover, traveling is one of the best parts of getting sober. In addition, there are loads of conventions going on throughout the country just for sober folks – where fun, relaxation and social networking are always at the core.

YOUR CAREER CHANGES
In sobriety, you either begin to excel in your career or make shift to doing what you really love – since introspection, clarity and energy are abundant. For many addicts, using held us back from our true potential. Without the drugs or alcohol, your growth and prospects are endless.

PEOPLE COME BACK INTO YOUR LIFE
Walking the walk in sobriety doesn’t just change how you view yourself, but will help other people in your life to view you in a new way. The feelings of paranoia and self-loathing will drift away once authenticity and forgiveness is reached. We’ve seen entire families come back together who were previously estranged.

YOUR RELATIONSHIP WILL GET BETTER
Have you been waiting for that “great love” to come along, or expect your significant other to finally change? In addiction, it’s practically impossible to have a healthy relationship with someone else as your relationship with yourself is failing. In sobriety, clarity, respect and patience manifest to allow for a real partnership to blossom.

YOU GROW YOUNGER
Not only will quitting your addiction make you feel better on the inside, but it will make you look better on the outside! The aging process is put on slow-speed once the drugs and alcohol stop wreaking havoc on your body. The time you have for yourself every day will change too since you won’t be sleeping off a hangover or stuck in a blackout. Ultimately, you’ll find a lot more time to do the things you really love without using, like trying new activities, committing to see your friends more regularly or simply enjoying more R&R.

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