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What Are AA Retreats? Should You Try One?

2 Lighthouse RECOVERY INSTITUTE LIGHTHOUSE RECOVERY INSTITUTE 5 REASONS TO GO ON A RETREAT Reboot your sobriety journey LONG-TERM CHANGE OF BENEFITS SCENERY Focus on your recovery Proven to lower stress Because retreats incorporate spirituality lessons, counseling, and even fitness classes, your body A change of scenery and being in close contact with nature has proven benefits for our overall wellbeing, including lowering cortisol levels. Retreats help you feel reinvigorated and reap the long-term benefits of focusing on your overall wellness. get away from daily life and recenter. ACCESS TO PROFESSIONALS LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE Receive proper guidance Expand your support Unlike peer-driven AA meetings, a retreat offers access to professionals for relapse Infographics are visual representations of data, making complex info easier to share and digest. When making your own, simply organize your images, charts, and text. Finally, cite your sources. prevention, counseling, trigger prevention, and more. Access to therapy can help even after the retreat. MORE AFFORDABLE Cost-effective recovery Sometimes we skip attending recovery programs because of money. Retreats offer a more cost-effective option that provides counseling, change of scenery, and purpose to help your recovery efforts. www.LIGHTHOUSERECOVERYINSTITUTE.COM

What Are AA Retreats? Should You Try One?

shared by geraldine10 on Mar 18
For one thing, it doesn’t matter if you’ve been sober for a month or ten years, support is always important. An AA retreat offers a safe and proactive space to focus on your sobriety’s importanc...


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