Addiction Quotes: Motivation in Addiction Recovery [POSTER]

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Motivational Quotes for Tough Times in Recovery

Words can be of great comfort, especially during the stormy days of early addiction recovery. Having something remind you of why you’re making a big life change is very important. Motivational quotes can be helpful in many ways:

  • They can help you formulate your recovery goals.
  • They can inspire your creative potential.
  • They can help you in triggering situation.
  • They can give you strength to endure on your journey to sobriety.

We’ve created these posters to help you achieve each of these goals. The compilation aims to support and inspire your recovery journey by sharing the thoughts of those who’ve come before you.

Addiction Quotes: Motivation in Addiction Recovery [POSTER]

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Read on for more ideas on how you can use these posters to creatively boost your confidence and raise motivation. Or, simply DOWNLOAD FOR FREE. We invite you to share the posters with anyone!

Quotes About Addiction: How Can They Be Used?

The purpose of addiction recovery quotes is to support sobriety. You are well aware of the fact that “stinking thinking” permeates the mind. Reminding yourself of your purpose can actually help you overcome repetitive thought patterns. When you replay the old loop, look to an inspirational affirmation. Little by little, you can replace old thinking with new, positive thinking!

Further, we believe that addiction recovery quotes should be present in the most intimate of environments. Your thoughts follow you everywhere. So should new ways of thinking! How can you incorporate these posters into your everyday life? There are many ways to use the recovery quotes from these posters. Here are some initial ideas.

1. Copy the motivational recovery quotes as stickies or Post-Its in highly trafficked areas.

Addiction recovery mantras can be placed wherever you want: on the fridge, on your notebook, car, or on the windows of your home. Post-Its are a great way to associate objects in your environment with the positive thinking of recovery. Change up the quotes from time to time, as the brain gets used to seeing anomalies and then tends to overlook them.

2. Share recovery quotes that speak about motivation on social media.

Digital sharing is very big in the recovery world. When you spread words of encouragement, you put yourself right at the center of a positive movement. And think of this: in a world where people constantly battle with some kind of addiction, your shares might help other people you haven’t even met (yet)!

3. Incorporate the motivational recovery quotes as part of art therapy.

Art therapy is a tool that aims to help people express their emotions during recovery, transforming them into a piece of art. Select one quote that sticks out to you and draw it into an art project as a theme. Or, integrate any number of these addiction recovery quotes during the process of painting, sketching, doodling, or crafting; they can help you associate your recovery with something positive. Focusing your thoughts and imagination on sobriety can contribute not only to your physical, but to your emotional recovery as well.

Overcoming Addiction: 3 Additional Sources of Posters and Quotes

Looking for some other ideas for addiction recovery posters? You can enrich your collection of via the following resources:

Addiction Recovery Quotes for Motivation

“Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.”
~Les Brown~

“High achievement always takes place in the framework of high expectation.”
~Charles Kettering~

“This one step – choosing a goal and sticking to it – changes everything.”
~ Scott Reed~

“Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs.”
~Henry Ford~

“Action springs not from thought, but from a readiness for responsibility.”
~Dietrich Bonhoeffer~

“Action to be effective must be directed to clearly conceived ends.”
~Jawaharlal Nehru~

“A good plan today is better than a great plan tomorrow.”
~George S. Patton~

“Our aspirations are our possibilities.”
~Robert Browning~

“For every disciplined effort there is a multiple reward.”
~Jim Rohn~

“Goal setting starts with a pad of paper, a pen and you.”
~Gary Ryan Blair~

“A goal is a dream with a deadline.”
~Napoleon Hill~

About the author
Lee Weber is a published author, medical writer, and woman in long-term recovery from addiction. Her latest book, The Definitive Guide to Addiction Interventions is set to reach university bookstores in early 2019.
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