SOCIAL NETWORKS

Research evidence shows that recovery support groups provide effective sobriety support networks. Such social networks have a very beneficial effect on maintaining and supporting abstinence. In order to maintain your ongoing recovery, is it important to note the principle of establishing social support networks. 

 

“Being a part of Living Room Cardiff has given me peace of mind, a sense of belonging, overwhelming love and contentment, the courage to allow myself to make mistakes and not beat myself up over it. To love myself, and to forgive. I have met wonderful and inspiring people. I will never forget them.” Siân.

Siân joined the “All recovery group” six months ago and has established a network of PIRs who have her wellbeing at heart and support her ongoing recovery. Today she has more real friends than ever before – friends who are authentic, real and true to themselves – and to Siân.


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