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first days of sobrietyThe first 90 days of sobriety are some of the most important days you will ever have in your lifetime. During this period, many things happen that can make or break your sobriety and save your life. Addiction tore through your life without any regard for what you needed. Your ability to repair this damage is often dictated by what you do in the first 90 days of sobriety.


Embrace your sobriety 

Now that you are sober, you should immediately take advantage of what is being offered. Recovery can give you back everything you lost and then some. The road to recovery can be long and winding, but it will be worth all the effort you put into it. Embracing your sobriety just makes everything easier and worthwhile. 


Surrender in your sobriety

Your first 90 days is all about letting go of your old ideas and adopting new ones. Without surrender, you will continue fighting everyone and everything. Surrender calls for the use of three pertinent ideas. First, you have to admit that you have a problem with drugs and alcohol. Second, you must find a Higher Power to direct your thinking. Finally, your spiritual practices can lead you to give up control because running the show is exhausting and unproductive. Surrender to your program, and you will encounter better results all around.


Attend meetings in your sobriety

If you are unsure how to fill your time now that you are sober, the best choice is attending meetings. 90 meetings in 90 days is a popular concept in recovery to help motivate you to get to a meeting every day. The idea behind this concept is to make recovery as big a priority as drugs and alcohol once were. Going to a meeting can help you to stay on task and develop gratitude.


Looking back on your first 90 days, you should be proud of everything you have been able to accomplish. Achieving 90 days without drugs and alcohol is a big deal. You did the work and built a strong foundation for ongoing sobriety. Now, all that’s left is to keep building upon this strong start!


At The Guest House Ocala, we have personal recovery experience, and over 12 years in the recovery industry. We have helped countless people recover, and we’re here to help you too. Call 855-483-7800 today for more information.