Each day of sobriety is an important victory. Early in recovery, you count the days that you’ve been drug free. But in middle stages of recovery, the excitement wears off. Achieving drug abstinence is only the first step in recovery. The next step is to rebuild a stable and fully functioning life. Setting goals and achieving milestones can keep you motivated.
Do you count your days of sobriety?
Did you become stagnated in your recovery process?
Do you mark sobriety milestones with a symbol of celebration such as a medallion, chip or pin?
Once you reached a period of sobriety, did you have difficulty attaining the next level of functioning in your life, such as rebuilding a stable life?
What are your talents, passions and skills? Do you know your personality traits and core values? These form the basis of your life goals.
The World Needs You To Do What You Love, by Arina Nikitina http://www.goal-setting-guide.com/the-world-needs-you-to-do-what-you-love/
Credit and appreciation is given to author, Jason M. S. for his article “The Importance of Setting Goals and Milestones”. However, his identification is withheld for purposes of confidentiality.