Supporting and celebrating healthier, more loving and meaningful lives and families, free from addiction, one day and hug at a time!

Welcome to the Recovery Community!

Seeking recovery? In recovery? Love someone in or seeking recovery? This is YOUR community! Complete our quick, free signup to add your comments to the home page and to gain access to more discussions and resources available only to members.

Pledge Now to Live Another 24 Hours in Recovery

You need to be a member of The Daily Pledge to add comments!

Join The Daily Pledge

Comments

  • Good morning everybody, the song birds are chirping and singing a joyous song as the first rays of light peek over the horizon, to signal the start of a new day. Down on the shore the fishers are launching their dories and the Herons are squawking their disapproval as they take flight, after being disturbed. And so it is, life is starting for another 24 and I for one am in. Stay safe and sober everyone, the journey begins once again.
  • I've decided to stay sober today!
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    Coming in to the circle with all of you on a nice coffee break. Being right in the middle of rebuilding my deck has cut my already short extra time even shorter for now. But what rewards in learning new things and ways to get things done! I could have never dreamed of taking on such a project in those years of my active addiction. How nice to know there is always something new out there for us to learn and experience......because now we can!

    Let's keep it rolling together again today gang. Big Hugs on Everyone, thomas
  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • I pledge to live another 24 hours in recovery!
  • Good morning, I'm pledging to live another 24 hours sober
  • I pledge another 24 hours of sobriety with God’s help
  • In 4 24
  • In 4 24!
  • My attitude of gratitude begins with my daily pledge with another great day in recovery
This reply was deleted.

 

Featured Photo

One Word

You need to be a member of The Daily Pledge to add comments!

Join The Daily Pledge

Comments

  • Life
  • Grateful
  • Building
  • Renewal
  • Progress
  • Still
  • Awake
  • crabby
  • Complete
  • Greener
This reply was deleted.

More Words

One Word not enough? Try Two Words or Seven Words(!) in the Discussions area

Featured Video

Featured Blog

Life is Not a Dress Rehearsal

I got the call I knew I would and hoped I wouldn’t.

Relapse has two outcomes; a return to a recovery community for recalibration or further destruction of a life that once made sense.

I cannot un-see the sadness in the eyes of children left behind. I cannot un-hear a long-awaited exhale from a husband who left no stone unturned in an effort to support a wife after…

Read more…
Comments: 2

Thought for the Day

Read More

Chat Rooms

Participate in a scheduled recovery meeting or just hang out with other members. 

I'm Grateful Today Because ...

You need to be a member of The Daily Pledge to add comments!

Join The Daily Pledge

Comments

  • ........today I can learn new things, take on new projects learning hands on as I go, and enjoy the rewards of seeing and touching new things accomplished. Recovery doesn't do the accomplishment itself, but it sure provides the opportunity to accomplish. I'll take it any day!
  • There are new opportunities for me to improve my recovery
  • It's a beautiful morning!
  • A chance to learn new things.
  • My son inlaw
  • My wonderful family.
  • Going to see my beloved 'Stros today!
  • Karma// Greatful Because I am … you can talk that talk but it all comes back around...the truth will come out .
  • ...because every time I think it can't get better than this......it gets better than this! Empowered living and empowered recovery is definitely the way to our goals and dreams.
  • TGIF!
This reply was deleted.

Recovery Advocacy

Recovery News & Inspiration

 

 

Website made possible by the HAZELDEN BETTY FORD INSTITUTE FOR RECOVERY ADVOCACY

      Gratefully carrying forward the legacy of SOBER24, est. Dec. 4, 2000