Kevin Stringfellow relates to the depression and struggles with self-worth similar to what many people in recovery feel because he’s experienced them, too. An accident more than 25 years ago left him paralyzed from the neck down.
Experts in recovery know recovery won’t happen without transparency. People struggling with sobriety will agree. We know the importance of accountability. But if you are not honest with others and yourself, you’re still hiding.
If you hide from your addictive habits, no one can hold you accountable for your actions. Without transparency, holding someone accountable for his actions seems impossible. Transparency and accountability go hand in hand. That’s why you’ll find they are key components of Vision Warriors’ sober-living environment.