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This was drawn by one of our female clients on her Graduation today, she wanted to depict alcoholism from the eyes of a cat.
It visualises alcoholism/addiction and recovery - detaching slightly from the human pain/feeling and touches on the positive healthy/warm feeling you get from recovery.
Love Yourself into Recovery One of the greatest struggles in recovery and in life is the struggle to accept and love ourselves, with all our shortcomings and imperfections. This can be extremely tough, because more often than not we simply don’t believe that we are worthy and lovable. Instead, we believe the negative voice inside our head that whispers messages of self-doubt and focuses on our shortcomings, rather than on our strengths.Find out more
Adrian joined the Charity Group in early 2008 as a Support Worker and was promoted to House Manager responsible for the day to day management and support of the Secondary care Treatment Facility at 26 & 28 West Park Avenue in 2009. 1). What does Silkworth mean to you? Silkworth is a very special place to me, Silkworth saved my life. I am now able to live a normal life, free from addiction. 2). YoFind out more
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