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Published on Apr 9, 2008
A life of recovery in a harm-me-at-you perspective is a continual sort of orientation to reducing the harm that the bad habit the substance the behavior has caused you. It often includes making room for occasional relapses, and most importantly, learning from your relapses rather than seeing your-self as a failure in some way. Life is rather ordinary, need not involve on going treatment though advised. It need not involve a support group, but advised. Need not have a lot of components but it's a it's a philosophy of self improvement. If if I can characterize it in in its totality. Just, I'm going to improve myself a little bit each day each week and it's about not feeling deprived but but seeing yourself as growing and maturing and getting more out of out of this experience we call life.For more information go to http://www.habitdoc.com