What’s it all About?

It’s all about Recovery for me.

Recovery from Alcoholism.

Recovery from the years I spent housebound then in a wheelchair.

Recovery from fear. From being a person who only knew how to exist- to one who really learned how to live.

I believe that Recovery is always possible. That every second of everyday contains limitless potential for Recovery. That a New Life is there for all of us-and is easily achievable.

That it does no have to be about struggle or fear or effort.

When I realised that I used exactly the same tools to get out of my wheelchair as I did to get sober, I knew that all recovery was essentially the same. And that if someone like me could achieve sobriety and a full physical recovery- then anyone could.

I set this website up as a resource for anyone looking to start their own Life After. Now people from all over the world use it to get from where they are, (whether that place is one of addiction or physical ill-health) to where they want to be (happy, independent, thriving and really living).

The more people I meet on this journey, the more I believe it is possible for all of us.

So stick around, come say hi, let me know how I can help. Everyday someone starts their own New Life After;

Why shouldn’t today be the start of yours?

Carrie x

Caroline Armstrong

Medical Disclaimer:

I’m not a doctor. The information provided on this site is not a substitute for professional medical advice and care. If you have specific needs, please see a professional health care provider. Thank you.

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5 thoughts on “What’s it all About?

  1. Dear Carrie

    I think your article on pretty girl alcoholics is superb, one of the most honest and true pieces of journalism I’ve seen in ages. It also raises lots of issues about how superficial we are and how superficial many of our relationships are.

    I work for a rehab clinic in Scotland (you should come and visit us: check us out on castlecraig.co.uk!) and I had heard that people in recovery shouldn’t have a relationship for at least a year. Until this moment I never really understood why. Thanks for explaining it.

  2. sherina mcgee says:

    WOW Caz babe, i have Stumble Upon your site and i can not get over how well you are now doing. I know you were poorly a few years ago but never realised just how ill you had been. A few years ago now i was told that i was suffering with depression and i have an illness called fybromyalgia that leaves me with daily pain. I know i will have to live with these problem for the rest of my life and i am always looking for ways to help me cope with the many problems that life gives me. I would love to hear from you babe and see if you have anything or info that could help. You are looking fab and good for you too. Keep up the good work and i hope to hear from you soon, or catch up for a chat next time your in Newcastle xxxxxxx Sherina

  3. UnPickled says:

    I have just nominated you for a Sunshine Blogger Award. Read about it here: http://unpickled.wordpress.com/2014/03/13/sunshine-blogger-award/

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