The Importance of Good Support Systems in SobrietyIn many ways, recovery is an individual experience. Moving through recovery means becoming well-acquainted with your own thought processes and tendencies.

It is a time when you become highly attuned to why you are abusing drugs and alcohol, and a time to find ways to become the person you want to be.

Although much of recovery involves your own individual journey, the value of support systems cannot be underestimated. There are several reasons they are vital to recovery.

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The Importance of Good Support Systems in Sobriety

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  1. Cindy,

    How about the 48 million former substance abusers that have quit on their own (reported by William White) ? ? ?

    Guy Lamunyon
    Sedona, AZ

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