Resource Highlight: Core Beliefs of Recovery
By DBSA national web site
Avid peer supporter, blogger and mental health advocate in Tennessee, Larry Drain has composed a wonderful post on the core beliefs of recovery. This worksheet lists the core beliefs of recovery and the internal beliefs we may hold that are the opposite of these recovery beliefs. The idea is to evaluate where you fall between these two beliefs and think of how you may be able to create a better life by working more towards the recovery beliefs.
You may wish to use this tool in support group meetings to help individuals think through changes they want to make.
Core Beliefs of Recovery Tool at www.DBSAlliance.org
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