Creating Your Commitment Statement

You need to understand this is a working program. This is not a program to just show up when you want or moan and groan about how bad things are without making any effort to do the work to move forward. Grieving is hard. Change is a choice. Transformation is not a trip to the amusement park.

Your new life is going to be wonderful, but it means you have to decide to have a good life and then take action to get that good life.

We’re all tethered together as we trek up the mountain of recovery. We’re all going to make it to the top together.

Commit to that right now.

Examples….

“I commit to myself to spend the next 10 weeks rediscovering my best self and encouraging others to do the same.”

I commit to rediscover who I am on my own, learning what I am passionate about and creating an amazing new life.

To constantly be striving to be the best version of myself. In my job, with my health and fitness, with my friends and family and my emotional well-being.

Create your own commitment statement.

Spend some time deciding what you want to commit to for your own recovery.

What can you commit to that you can refer back to during the challenging moments to get you refocused on moving forward.

Take Action’

Step 1 – Write your commitment statement

Step 2 – Sign your commitment statement

Step 3 – Put the date on your commitment statement

Step 4 – Share your commitment statement with the community

Step 5 – Put your commitment statement somewhere you’ll see it everyday

1 Comment
  1. I’m just starting out here, signed up just a few days ago. My issue: I don’t have any goals. I can’t picture a life ahead. Everything that I lived for is gone. All joy has left the building. I really don’t want anything other than to have my family back and to live all together again. I’m stuck- and I’ve been here for 2 years. I’m trying to live in the present and accept my new life and strive toward a great future but I just don’t see it. Any ideas here?

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