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They have probably learned how to be less self-conscious and more authentic in their every day dealings with people.
They have also been exposed to the idea that recovery means “rigorous honesty.”However, sobriety from chemical dependency does not necessarily mean delving into the hang-ups that the addict has with regard to intimate relationships.
Exercise and healthy eating is a powerful tool for personal growth.
Working towards a strong, healthy body has more benefits than simple physical fitness; it gives you a sense of purpose and focus.
Physical fitness and healthy eating also just makes you feel better – your mind is clear, you have more energy, and you feel “clean”.If you spend a lot of time around recovering alcoholics, you notice certain patterns of behavior that lead to long term success.On the other hand, you also notice behaviors that usually lead to relapse.One thing I’ve noticed is that recovering alcoholics who jump into new relationships tend to relapse. My theory is that alcoholics in early recovery often use the “high” of a new relationship as a substitute for their addiction to alcohol, when they should be seeking personal growth instead.In fact, it seems like a pretty high percentage of alcoholics who relapse within the first 1-2 years do so shortly after getting into a new relationship. New relationships produce an easy fix of excitement and a rush of endorphins, but when that wears off as it inevitably does, the alcoholic tends to relapse.