One Day - The Recovery Journal

Stories have power. Stories connect us. And connection brings healing and recovery. That is the purpose of One Day, a journal filled with stories of inspiration and sections where you can begin to craft your own story.

The real life stories in this book revolve around people who are battling addiction and winning. Their journeys are not smooth, nor their victories easy. For many, overcoming addiction remains a daily struggle. Still, they overcome. The additional pages in this book, whether they be blank, graph, or lined are there for you to write down your struggles, your successes, your journey. 

We trust that by helping connect with others, through their stories – this book will provide comfort, inspiration, and hope to those seeking to claim the promise of a better tomorrow. This journal is a perfect gift for those working to create their own story of recovery. Read. Reflect. Recover. Give the gift of hope and encouragement to those in need of support as they take on the path to recovery.
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About One Day - The Recovery Journal

Wherever you are in your recovery, the stories in One Day will show you that you’re not alone. Alongside these narratives, you will find blank pages, an invitation to write your own story. An invitation to examine your past, confront your present, and imagine a future in which you, too, overcome.

“No one is immune from addiction; it afflicts people of all ages, races, classes, and professions.” – Patrick J. Kennedy

About R2Q

We are a small group of individuals united by a commitment to supporting people in drug- and alcohol-addiction recover. While we have diverse backgrounds, interests, and spiritual journeys, each of us has been touched by addiction. That experience has instilled in all of us a desire to inspire through storytelling and encourage others to share their journeys of discovery and healing.

This book is part of our ongoing efforts. If you are on a path to recovery from addiction, know that you are not alone and that you can succeed. Your story matters. You matter.