Recovery Inspiration Quotes

Quotes tagged as "recovery-inspiration" (showing 1-12 of 12)
“Someone once asked me how I hold my head up so high after all I have been through. I said it's because no matter what, I am a survivor NOT a victim.”
Patricia Buckley

Brittany Burgunder
“A huge part of recovery and life -is slowing down and accepting the unKNOWN. This is how you get to KNOW –yourself.”
Brittany Burgunder

Evinda Lepins
“It takes strength to become weak!”
Evinda Lepins

Brittany Burgunder
“Recovery is full of ups and downs.
There is no such thing as a linear life.
But you can always turn your setbacks into setups to come back stronger.”
Brittany Burgunder

Brittany Burgunder
“Eating disorder recovery becomes possible when you keep making the next right decision over and over. With time, these decisions become automatic.”
Brittany Burgunder

Brittany Burgunder
“Recovery doesn't mean putting your life on hold. Recovery means holding on so you can live your best life.”
Brittany Burgunder

Shauna L. Hoey
“Our brokenness summons light into the deepest crevices in our hearts.”
Shauna L Hoey

Shauna L. Hoey
“Before the crisis, my life moved along like a well-planned play. I showed up and acted my part while the script directed the flow. The devastation demanded I grieve while the play of my life continued around me. I wished I could stop the spinning stage long enough to catch my breath.”
Shauna L. Hoey

Shauna L. Hoey
“To feel understood is the one pain medicine that soothes the deepest wounds. Sitting eye to eye, heart to heart, with someone who gets your pain is worth one thousand hours of therapy. We need at least one person to understand us.”
Shauna L Hoey

Shauna L. Hoey
“Having my defenses down felt good. I didn’t realize how much energy it took to carry my armor. My wall of protection kept bad stuff out, but it also kept good stuff from coming in. Guarding my heart is important, but not at the expense of being known by people who love me.”
Shauna L Hoey

Marie  Noël
“I created this prayer collection to offer ways for people to bring about change in their lives. Everyone needs help at various times in their lives.
No matter what we need or experience in life, we can always pray to make a difference for ourselves.
We don’t have to be swept away by events or circumstances beyond our control. God is there to lend a helping hand, especially when we ask.”
Marie Noël, Prayers for Help