Is there no risk in using the word ecovery as it is likely to give rise to false hope and consequent disappointment?
The philosophy we follow says, “There are no hopeless cases!” It is only when we believe and strive do our dreams turn into reality. We don’t promise miracles when you start attending group meetings and follow the Recovery method. Another point to remember is, once you’ve internalized the method, even if there is a relapse, you will never return to square one. You will remain a few points higher. The power of the method lies in steady progress. And this is the experience of hundreds of shubharthis who have been using this method. We thus don’t believe the word ‘recovery’ is in any way misleading. In fact, it points to the true path every person with a mental illness must undertake.
- Is there no risk in using the word ecovery as it is likely to give rise to false hope and consequent disappointment?
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