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During recovery from addiction, there are often times when we need a boost to start our day or give us motivation to keep on going. During these times, we may turn to spiritual practices or sobriety quotes for some inspiration.
Love them or hate them inspirational quotes have been around for many, many years. Some are so profound and insightful that they are still referred to often today.
Here, Delamere list the best top 20 sobriety quotes of all time, as we see them.
We know from personal and professional experience that recovery is not always easy. Sobriety quotes can be a helpful part of our daily toolbox that we reach into to help aid and motivate us during times of personal conflict or challenge. They can also be used to express ourselves or to reach out and help and encourage others.
Staying sober on a daily basis, we experience our full range of emotions. Naturally, there will be times of worry, hardship, boredom, anger and sadness to add to the mix of joy, contentment, freedom and gratitude.
Sobriety is a very beautiful thing and a miracle to be celebrated, yet there will undoubtedly be times when we do not feel this is the case and need a little encouragement or nudge in the right direction.
Motivational sobriety quotes and inspirational recovery quotes can help to direct our thinking to a more useful and purposeful one, they can also help to guide an already positive outlook.
If you are looking for the best quotes of sobriety to enhance your daily recovery, you need look no further than here.
Its all about me and what I want vs ‘How can I be of help to others’
Lying, Cheating and manipulating to get what I want vs Willingness, honesty and open-mindedness allow me to get what I need.
“I can take care of myself!” vs “ There is something bigger than me.”
Rationalise, justify and minimise when I’m wrong vs Owning my part, admitting my faults and trying to grown from them
Projecting a false image of myself vs I am no better and no less than anyone else
Hide and deny my fears so as not to appear weak vs Acknowledging my fears and limitations and asking for help’
Sobriety quotes can compliment a persons sobriety but they are not enough on their own to keep a person sober, or indeed to help them to get sober from alcohol.
As Russel Brand quite aptly puts it, structured support is required for a person suffering from addiction to get well. This support may come in the form of attending recovery groups such as Smart Recovery or mutual aid support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
Some people cannot stop drinking without professional help and intervention. Even if they could, it would not necessarily be safe for them to do so.
Alcohol is a very dangerous substance to stop where an alcohol dependence has formed. Attempting to stop an alcohol dependence yourself without professional medical help, can result in life threatening alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
If you or a loved one need inpatient treatment for an alcohol problem please call us here at Delamere. Our addiction treatment colleagues are passionate about helping those suffering from addiction to make a full and lasting recovery.
Delamere is the UK’s only purpose built addiction treatment and behavioural wellness facility. We specialise in the medical detoxification and bespoke rehabilitation from all manner of addictive substances, including alcohol and drugs. Each of our treatment programmes and detoxes are intricately tailored to each of our guests specific treatment needs and conducted within luxurious surroundings.
Contact us today for a free and confidential assessment of your private treatment needs and immediate professional help and advice.
Mike crafted our innovative and person centred approach to addiction treatment. Mike’s experience in the addiction treatment sector encompasses his work as a nurse, psychotherapist and Chief Executive.
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