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Letter From Our C.O.O.

Happy Holidays!


As the holiday season wraps us in its warmth and sparkle, it's a time that stirs up a whirlwind of emotions, memories, and challenges. For those of us walking the path of recovery, this time of year can feel like navigating a maze of triggers and uncertainties. But let me tell you, we are warriors. We've weathered storms that others can only imagine, and we've emerged stronger, wiser, and more resilient.

The holidays, with their gatherings, festivities, and traditions, often carry with them a weight of expectations and nostalgia. For many, they're a time of joy, but for us, they can sometimes act as reminders of our past struggles. The temptation might rear its head, memories of old habits may beckon, and the pressure to engage in old behaviors can be overwhelming.

Yet, here we stand, united in our commitment to recovery. Our journey has been one of courage, determination, and immense strength. Every step we've taken, every hurdle we've cleared, has brought us closer to a life where we're free from the chains of addiction.

During this season, it's crucial to remind ourselves of the progress we've made. Reflect on the battles we've won, the moments of clarity we've embraced, and the newfound sense of purpose we've discovered. It's okay to feel the weight of this time; it's normal to be challenged. But within those challenges lies an opportunity for growth.

For those among us who might be struggling, feeling the tug of past habits or the weight of loneliness, please know that you are not alone. Reach out. Your fellow warriors are here, standing shoulder to shoulder, ready to offer support, understanding, and empathy. This community is a place of unwavering support, a safe haven where compassion and understanding reign supreme.

If you're finding this time particularly challenging, consider joining us at Threshold to Recovery. Here, you'll find a space where your journey is respected, your struggles understood, and your victories celebrated. We offer a sanctuary where you can build connections, find strength in shared experiences, and learn new coping mechanisms to navigate this season and beyond.

Remember, asking for help is not a sign of weakness; it's an act of courage. You're taking control of your narrative, choosing to carve a path toward a brighter future. Together, we can face the holiday season with resilience, courage, and the unwavering belief that recovery is possible.

So, take a deep breath, embrace the challenges, cherish the victories, and know that the holiday season is just a part of our journey—one where we continue to grow, heal, and thrive.


We wish you a Happy Holiday season, and a healthy New Year,


Danny Burke

C.O.O.

Threshold to Recovery


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