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A huge part of recovering from our addictions is figuring out why we want to get better, what we want to change about ourselves and our lives. For many of us, a major reason why we’re working toward sobriety is that we want to finally feel clear. We want to be able to remember things again. We want to feel like our real selves and actually feel our emotions. We want to be clear enough to be able to reconnect with ourselves. Our addictions have a way of creating confusion and turmoil in our lives. Mentally and emotionally we can feel burdened, overwhelmed, confused, and destabilized. We feel lost. Sobriety for many of us means a newfound sense of clarity, stability, balance, and groundedness.

 We Feel Unsafe and Unstable

When we’re actively using, we can feel like we’re in a fog, like our addictions have created a haze that confuses us and blinds us from the truth. When we’re under the influence, we often don’t remember what has happened to us or the things we’ve done. We can struggle to remember important conversations, not understanding why loved ones are separating themselves from us. We can panic trying to remember if something unsafe has happened to us. We might have been in dangerous situations, but we struggle to make sense of them. Achieving clarity is often our greatest motivation for recovery. We want to feel clear within ourselves again. We want to feel safe. We want to be stable. We want to be able to remember, understand, and make sense of what’s going on in our lives.

We Can Regain Our Internal Stillness and Calm

Our addictions have created a deep sense of disturbance, unwellness, and confusion within us, but sobriety can help us to achieve clarity again. Getting sober helps us to eliminate all the extra noise, clutter, and distraction that come from using our drug of choice, that deplete our inner stillness and calm. We start to feel like ourselves again when for so long we felt like we couldn’t even recognize ourselves. We begin to feel connected to our inner selves again when for much of our lives we felt separated and estranged from ourselves. We learn how to love and heal ourselves, when before we were so mired in confusion and instability that we didn’t have the clarity to do that important healing work.

The Guest House is a welcoming and supportive recovery home where you will be met with open arms, wherever you are on your journey, without judgment or expectation.

Call 855-483-7800 today for more information.

3230 Northeast 55th Avenue Silver Springs, FL 34488