What I Think About When I Think About Recovery

I was always a thinker. Scratch that, I was always an overthinker. It’s not a choice, it’s just the way my brain works. Most of the time it’s a good thing: a proclivity to think and a questioning nature helps me – I hope – to view things from a wider point of view than I may have done otherwise; to recognise the limits of my own life experience and the filters through which I make sense of the world and my place in it, leading to a desire to want to know more, to learn, to better myself. To know myself.

But sometimes, my brain stops working…

This post was written for Transformation Is Real, to continue reading please follow the link: https://transformation-is-real.com/resources/resource-how-to-find-your-mindfulness-groove

Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing – Stevie Wonder


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