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Sobriety Journal

Written by Dr. Dennis Daley, author of recovery books and guides, and professor of Psychiatry , this journal was specifically created for those who want to stay sober and prevent relapse from alcohol and drugs.

Daily journaling can play a crucial role in supporting individuals on their journey to sobriety by providing a structured outlet for reflection, self-awareness, and accountability. For those recovering from addiction, the daily practice of journaling offers a means of processing emotions, identifying triggers, and developing coping strategies to navigate cravings and challenges. By regularly documenting their thoughts, feelings, and experiences related to sobriety, individuals can gain valuable insight into the underlying factors contributing to their addiction and explore healthier ways of coping with stress and adversity.

Furthermore, daily journaling serves as a tangible record of progress and growth on the path to sobriety. By tracking their thoughts, behaviors, and milestones, individuals can celebrate their successes, no matter how small, and acknowledge the challenges they have overcome. Journaling can also help individuals recognize patterns of behavior that may lead to relapse, allowing them to develop proactive strategies to avoid triggers and maintain their sobriety. Additionally, the act of journaling provides a source of motivation and encouragement, reminding individuals of their commitment to a sober lifestyle and inspiring them to continue moving forward on their journey of recovery.

Use the automatic, specifically targeted writing prompts and quotes as inspiration to explore your past, fears and triggers on your sobriety journey. 

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