You’ve quit drugs. You’ve struggled and made it. The first few days, weeks, even months haven’t been easy.
Between facing the past, surviving the present, and taking on an unknown future, sobriety can be overwhelming. Amidst all the chaos, you have to figure out who you are without drugs and alcohol. Who is this “new you?”
The worksheet below is an excerpt from the Wacky and Wonderful Recovery Booklet, “Getting to Know Yourself in Recovery,” a set of handouts that explores the question above — that is, understanding your identity as a sober person. The booklet itself is 20+ pages in length. It includes 6 worksheets, plus artwork, cartoons, and a couple puzzles.
Interested in more?
Don’t forget to take a look at the (hopefully) upcoming Wacky and Wonderful Workbook for Recovery (WW).
Filled with relapse prevention & coping skills, alter egos, art assignments, fiction-writing, puzzles, and much more, WW takes the reader on a 100-day introductory journey through the world of sobriety. This book is about surviving addiction and creating a life worth living. It’s meant to be the first of a series of similar workbooks.
WW will be available in 2021 or 2022, if we sell enough booklets to show there’s a market. Please help! Check out the other Recovery Booklets now available in the store.