5 Reasons Your Recovery is the Best Gift You Can Give Your Family

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As the holidays get closer, you’re probably wondering how to show your love to the people that care about you the most. While you may be thinking of what presents to buy for your family this year, the best thing to give them is your recovery.

 

The Gift of Sobriety

 

Whether you’ve thought about seeking treatment before or getting sober is something you haven’t considered until now, choosing recovery will completely transform your life for the better. Those that care about you most want nothing more than to see you become the best version of yourself. Consider the following reasons why recovery is the best gift you can give this year:

 

1. You’ll Feel Better and Lead a Healthier Life

 

Many people find that choosing recovery is the catalyst they needed to change other areas of their life. When undergoing recovery, you’ll learn to live your life sober. While it is a trying process, the journey to sobriety is truly transformative. You’ll be removing the toxicity that addiction brings and your overall health will improve significantly.

 

Gifting your family with this recovery gives them the opportunity to watch you turn into the new person you are becoming. It will fill them with happiness to see you doing well.

 

2. You’ll Enjoy Being Around Your Family Again

 

Oftentimes, spending time with family prior to recovery can be incredibly difficult. Having to deal with cravings while your family tries to spend time with you is certainly something that makes for an unhappy holiday for both parties. Additionally, it’s likely that family members have avoided engaging with you in the past at family gatherings.

 

This year, you’ll be able to see your family in a new light. Choosing to seek treatment will show your family that you’re committed to living a different life. You’ll be able to better prioritize quality time with your family now that you no longer choose to put your addiction first.

 

3. You Can Work to Rebuild Your Family Relationships

 

Addiction can bring about distance between your family and friends. Use this time during the holidays to start to heal any broken relationships. As your loved ones see that you’re committed to a life of sobriety, they will likely be open to reconnecting with you. What better present to give them this holiday than a restored relationship?

 

4. This Holiday Season, You’ll Be Able to Give More Back

 

Oftentimes, when someone is dealing with addictions, it’s common to be oblivious to anyone else’s needs. While you may have wanted to give your energy and time to your family in the past, it was always a struggle to truly be in the moment with them. Committing to recovery will allow you that mental clarity that you didn’t have before. By seeing everything in a new light and having a renewed sense of self, you’ll be physically, mentally, and emotionally capable of giving your family more this year.

 

5. Health and Wellness Will Be Your Priority

 

There’s nothing that is quite as inspiring as seeing someone strive to live a life of health and wellness. Once you’ve committed to bettering yourself by seeking treatment, your loved ones will realize just how much you value your health. The sheer joy and pride they will feel knowing that you’re on a different path in life is a gift all in itself.

 

While recovery is an incredible thing to give your family this holiday season, it is an even better present to give yourself. Making the choice to get better today will completely change your life forever, which is truly the greatest present of all.

 

Recovery Gift

Written by: Amanda Daniels

Written by: Amanda Daniels

Amanda Daniels is the voice behind the brand Addict Chick and the Director of Social Media for Amethyst Recovery Center.  She is a best selling author and recovering drug addict. Check out her website, or you can follow her on Facebook or Instagram.

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