The new digital publication highlights the top 7 symbols used as recovery motivation and identification throughout all stages of the recovery journey. It also mentions common slogans, phrases, and emblems that encourage a positive mindset and have powerfully impacted many people on the road to sobriety.
A peer-review study published in 2021 found that roughly 9 percent of adults, or 22.3 million Americans, were living in recovery after a substance-abuse disorder. With the newly released guide, Find Addiction Rehabs is helping those Americans and their families recognize and celebrate signs of recovery.
The symbols adopted by the recovery community act as a personal daily reminder to stay strong throughout the sobriety journey. Commonly used to celebrate success, the recovery signs are also a message to others that they are not alone in their fight.
According to the report, songbirds, blue jays, and cardinals are popular images used to symbolize recovery in large part due to their ability to take flight, representing peace and freedom. In a similar way, the rising phoenix is often chosen to represent the re-birth associated with life after addiction.
Other powerful emblems the publication explains more deeply include a triangle within a circle, a lotus flower, the yin yang, and a semicolon. While these images are common in the recovery community, people are encouraged to use any symbol that inspires rising above their addiction.
There are many approaches to getting sober, and Find Addiction Rehabs advocates for individuals to find a path that suits their unique needs. The organization notes that there has been an increase in the use of Theta healing for addiction recovery – a holistic approach that focuses on the mental and spiritual dimensions.
About Find Addiction Rehabs
The organization is a digital resource dedicated to helping people who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction and want to create a positive change in their life. Every resource published on the site reflects the insight of expert clinicians and those with personal experience navigating addiction and recovery.
A spokesperson for the organization said: “Our goal is to help you or your loved one find a rehab center that offers a program that best suits your needs, including both alcohol rehab centers, drug rehab centers, and dual diagnosis. We like to shorten our name when mentioning it casually, because we know it can be a mouthful, and because the acronym, FAR, appeals to how far we’ve come in our approach towards recovery and our willingness to do what it takes to help others into recovery.”
Interested parties can find more information at the above-mentioned links as well as discover the connection between relapse, pride, and ego in recovering individuals, with accompanying warning signs and actionable advice.
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