2. My family

I’m grateful . . .

. . . for a family who forgives, encourages, cooks for, laughs with, (and occasionally annoys) me.

. . . that I can watch my children grow up, and that I can actually be a part of their life.

. . . for parents who aren’t afraid to tell me the truth.

. . . for discovering and rediscovering the love of my life and being present enough to know it.

. . . for the constant, unconditional, and undeserving love of my family.

Being grateful is a key component of recovery. This Thanksgiving, we are posting a Top 10 Gratitude Countdown of what we’re thankful for in our recovery.

Take a few moments to remember where you came from and the hope you have for the future.