This list can go on. It is interesting that while we think that we are in control, our behaviors and actions toward others look like someone who is out of control. What are some instances that you notice when you have been operating like you were in control?
If we go too long thinking that we are in control, it can lead to thinking we don’t need our support systems and worse, possibly thinking that we can control use. Before it gets to that point, we need to make sure to do a continual inventory of ourselves, recognizing when we try to take back control of our lives.
Your experiences are important to help others in recovery. How do you recognize when you are taking back control?
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