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PostPosted: Tue Dec 15, 2015 10:11 am 
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A. To begin, create a Personal Recovery (Healing) Thread by clicking on New Topic in the Self-Help Recovery (Healing) Threads Forum forum and adding your User Name, followed by the words, "Recovery Thread". For instance, if your user name is "Shyanne", then your Personal Recovery Thread would read, "Shyanne's Recovery Thread".

B. Upon completion of each lesson, complete the associated exercises in a separate/offline word processing application (e.g. Microsoft Word or Notepad). (This avoids losing your work, which has happened when people have used the text box to do their work, instead of copying and pasting their work from an offline document).

C. Copy and paste your responses into your own personal recovery (healing) thread for review and feedback by a RecoveryNation coach. Note, because of the amount of resources required to even read each response, the majority of coaching feedback will be limited to those who seemed to have missed the point of a particular exercise.

D. Know that while you are welcome to review other people's Personal Recovery Threads for possible insights and experiences to apply to your own recovery, you are asked not to post directly into another person's recovery/ healing thread.


E. Recognize that your personalized recovery thread is just that, personalized. You do not have to limit yourself to just what is asked for in the lessons, but rather, you can add any and all material that will allow you to best develop a platform for your own transition.


My thoughts are....if you have individually posted lessons, if you have them saved and could put them all in one new post that would help us all.
Thanks theadog

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 15, 2015 7:19 pm 
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good advice
thanks for posting
so many of us get the mechanics wrong and this can negatively affect our progress
progress after all is every addicts target

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