NIKOS PECORARO

by | Jul 9, 2021

I finally felt like I had a place where I didn’t have to adhere to a certain idea,  believe this, do that, or prove anything,
This freedom to be, to choose, this assertion of the power of our autonomy. The notion that individuals know what is best for them is something that rather than exclude certain people from the world of recovery, as many recovery pathways unintentionally do, invites people to recover together instead. This is nothing short of revolutionary.

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