knew I needed "something" more so began researching dual
recovery on my own.
really love the freedom that recovery is giving me.
I look foreword to waking up in the morning.
learned why people in dual recovery need each other.
someone understands me!!!
Bill Today my life is Real! Today my life, along with all the symptoms of my psychiatric illness, is controllable.
Brian Today I
am working, feeling better about myself, and trying to reach out
to help others.
Shaun I am
learning to be gentle with myself, allowing myself time to take
breaks, to "regroup" and recover.
I learned that there are programs and supports to help people like
me. The DRA fellowship has taught me that if I go to meetings and
become part of a group my life will get better.
DRA continues to offer me believable hope, direction to follow,
the support of other people, and a way to continue the process of
inner healing and growth.
Mike DRA takes recovery, honesty, and acceptance to another level, dimension, or stage...
Ed Once I started
taking medication for my bipolar disease, I became balanced; my
mood swings were less severe.
feels like home to me because it addresses issues that other
fellowships do not.
is about sharing and giving back what I have learned in these
programs and my life. I have so many people in my life today who
believe in me, and it is truly miraculous.
also a therapist in a mental health rehabilitation facility. One
of the best therapeutic tools I have at my disposal is my own
experience with 12-Step recovery. I am a grateful member of DRA.
Jeanne I found that the Twelve Steps were the most important steps of my life.
Andy S Remembering to focus on the Principles and Concepts of the12 Steps of DRA