Recovery Day Journals – 2019 – Women’s Hope

Posted on by Joy Mosenfelder

Excerpts from the Journals of Women’s Hope Clients after attending the 2019 Recovery Day Celebration in Boston on Monday, September 16.

“I was really impressed with sobriety is in this city.” – Anonymous

“It was a good experience for me then the mayor spoke. I didn’t know he was an addict. That showed me that I’m not the only one.” – Vanessa

“I got to hear messages from staff, peers, the mayor. Wow! I never experienced so many inspirational and motivating people in one place. Thank god I was here for that.” – Anonymous

“It was my first time ever going to something like this & we got to see the mayor speak, which was amazing!” – Ashley

“We see what we see. We feel what we feel. Sometimes we never know what is real. We lose our freedom. With no place to roam. When all we really need is the place called home.” – Anonymous

“I had an amazing time, it felt good to enjoy this time sober.” – Tiffany

“It had me think, if they can do it, I can do it.” – Anonymous

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