Dealing With My Past

I had no idea that I was going to have to really handle all the terrible things I’ve done and said to those I care about. This part of Sunshine Summit Lodge’s rehab program is hard. I’m struggling to face and own up to the awful way I’ve treated my family and friends. I’m so glad that I have made new friends here who are supportive of me and understand what I’m going through. Even my case supervisor can see that I’m overwhelmed and he’s helping me work through my emotions day by day so that I don’t want to get up and leave. I know that I can confront myself and make right a lot of my mistakes. It takes time and that’s all I’ve got these days. Time to work on myself and fixing my past. Once I get through this book I’ll be soooo much better off. I’m glad I’m here and dealing with these issues now so that when I go home I don’t have to work on them there by myself.

One thought on “Dealing With My Past”

  1. That was the hardest but most rewarding part of the program for me. Taking responsibility for all the awful things i did to those who love me was very hard and emotional but most certainly paid off. My family seems to have a new found respect for me which feels amazing.

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