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Sees-The-Day operates transitional housing programs, also known as Recovery Houses, for men and women in the south-central Pennsylvania region. Partial Residential programs, providing a more structured environment as well as therapeutic services, are also available.

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Freedom From Addiction is Obtained Through Deep Self-Acceptance

Posted by David Dunkle

Jan 8, 2016 12:00:00 AM

Feeling judged by the people around you can make you feel small. Humility is a great virtue, but many people mistake low self-esteem for humility. Humility is thinking about yourself less, while low self-esteem is thinking less about yourself. Freedom in recovery from addiction is obtained through deep self-acceptance.  

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Topics: Recovery House, recovery, acceptance, serenity prayer, ADDICTION, sees-the-day, freedom, relapse

Utilizing a Clean and Sober Living House in PA to Create a New You

Posted by David Dunkle

May 31, 2015 12:00:00 AM


Creating a brand new you may not essentially require going to a clean and sober living house in PA. You can re-create yourself wherever you are. But do you have the will and the inspiration to go it alone? Probably not…That’s why we at Sees-the-Day are here – for you!

Many addicts are rejected from their present home. Their living situation is not ideal, and they have trouble staying committed to their goals. What you need is acceptance and love. The Serenity Prayer helps you foster acceptance, courage, and wisdom – and Narcotics Anonymous ends each meeting with the Serenity Prayer.

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Topics: acceptance, narcotics anonymous, Clean and Sober Living House in PA, abundance

10 Quick Tips to Help You Stay Sober

Posted by David Dunkle

May 13, 2015 8:42:00 PM



Create Balance

As addicts, we have the tendency to go to extremes. “ALL or NOTHING” is the tagline of our lives. This is what got us into trouble to begin with. Evaluate your life.

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Topics: present moment, acceptance, serenity prayer, sober, balance

4 Powerful Weapons Found in the Serenity Prayer: Peace, Acceptance, Courage, and Wisdom

Posted by David Dunkle

May 7, 2015 1:15:00 PM


2 Weeks ago, we talked about holding onto sobriety with the serenity prayer. Now we are going to explain how these 4 powerful reasons to embrace the serenity prayer will bring an abundance of blessings into your life and give you the power to overcome addiction in every form.

The Serenity Prayer is not just used at the beginning and end of each NA/AA meeting. Each NA/AA 12 step meeting contains elements of the serenity prayer in one way or another.

Whether it’s a step meeting, a reading from an NA book called Living Clean, a speaker meeting, or a reading from an NA book How it Works – we can easily glean at least one principle from the serenity prayer in each meeting we attend.

Why not make the very most of your 12 step meetings and NA Book(s) by fully embracing the serenity prayer and practicing what you learn to overcome your addiction? 

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Topics: acceptance, peace, wisdom, courage, serenity prayer

Holding Onto Sobriety with the Serenity Prayer

Posted by David Dunkle

Apr 21, 2015 1:24:00 PM


If you have been to NA meetings, have read NA literature, and are well versed in the circles of recovery, then you already know the serenity prayer. But do you take it to heart?

Once you start living a clean and sober life, things can become so “normal” that you no longer realize how wonderful they are! Life is not easy. But it can be exciting and fulfilling if you let it. This is why gratitude is vital to recovery – a topic for another blog.

Holding onto sobriety with the serenity prayer is possible if you go through the prayer slowly and fervently. Let’s take a look at the serenity prayer before we dive into a simple explanation of how you can put it into action. 

“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” – Reinhold Neibuhr

What’s the very first word that jumps out at you? Serenity maybe? Yes, but how do we get there? Where is it found?

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Topics: sobriety, acceptance, peace, wisdom, serenity prayer