The following is Handout 87 from the Weird and Wacky Workbook for Recovery. Remember that inner kid, the one who loves life and imagines a brilliant future? Okay, now imagine that same child in school learning consonants & vowels, and have a go at the following homework.
* The Weird and Wacky Workbook for Recovery has more than 40 activity pages, some more cerebral than others. Why have activities like this in a manual for recovery?
As mentioned, recovery is more than quitting drugs and alcohol. It’s about surviving cravings, painful emotion, broken bridges, scattered thoughts, and stress. It also marks the start of a new life narrative as a person in recovery. The painful and the amazing. Weird and Wacky‘s activity section offers mindless tasks and distraction for the bad times, plus a conduit for creativity, playfulness, and (hopefully) joy for the “new.”