Slogans For Recovery

Slogans For Recovery

Slogans For Recovery

We’ve all heard them. Some people like them and some could care less. Some love them and some hate them. But for many people in recovery, the slogans we hear and use, can be helpful tools in recovery. Sometimes they’re just a little reminder to re-center ourselves during the day. Sometimes they are words to live by. Sometimes they are a few words that are applied to daily meditations where we look for a deeper meaning and relate our experiences to.

Here we’ve compiled a list of recovery “slogans.” Many of them were compiled with your help! Enjoy!

“One day at a time” or “ODAAT”

“But for the Grace of God”

“Live and Let Live”

“Easy Does It”

“First Things First”

“Think Think Think”

“Keep it Simple” or “Keep it Simple Stupid-KISS”

“This too shall pass”

“Keep coming back”

“It works if you work it”

“Let Go, Let God”

“Trust God, Clean House, Help Others”

“Just for today”

“Don’t take yourself too damn seriously”-Rule 62

“Do the next right thing”

“Relax, Take it easy”

“Would you rather be right or happy?”

“HALT” or “Hungry Angry Lonely Tired”

“Get Honest”

“Life on Life’s terms”

“Turn it over”

“Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes”

“Take the cotton out of your ears and stick it in your mouth”

“You don’t have to change much…just everything”

“I can’t, He can, I think I’ll let Him”

“Don’t quit before the miracle happens”

“It’s as simple as A, B, C: Accept, Begin, Continue”

“Change is a process, not an event”

“To thine own self be true”

“Give Time…Time”

“Put the plug in the jug”

“Forgive and Forget”

“Acceptance is the Answer”

“Thy Will, Not Mine, Be Done”

“Be still and know that I am God.”

“Get out of the debating society”

“We do recover.”

“You are no longer alone!”

“God has done for us what we could not do for ourselves.”

“Pain is the touchstone of all spiritual growth.”

“God’s time, Not mine.”

“Keep trudging the road of Happy Destiny.”

“It is what it is.”

“Progress not Perfection.”

“One is too many and a thousand is never enough.”

“If you got run over by a train, was it the engine or the caboose that killed you?”

“Do what we do and you will get what we got.”

“You never lose. You either win or learn.”

“Act as if.”

“First thought wrong.”

“Honesty is the best policy”

“Hope, Faith & Courage”

“Recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body.”

HOW: “Honesty, Open-mindedness, Willingness”

Ego: “Easing God Out”

God: “Good Orderly Direction” or “Group Of Drunks”

Slip: “Sobriety Losing It’s Priority”

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If there’s any that we left out and should be added, please comment below and we will add them!

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