Fresh Start

Fresh Start

Posted by BES Group / Solutions Plus · on January 22, 2015 · in Uncategorized · with 11 Comments

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Every year is a chance of a fresh start. If you previous year ended in a bad way make the purpose of this next one to end in a better way. Make sure to forgive, to give second chances. Clean your mind, heart, and soul out for this New Year. Give yourself the opportunity to start in a blank page, make your New Year resolution to be a better you. What did you do wrong? What would you like to change about yourself? What would make you a better person? A better version of yourself. Give yourself a chance to make you proud. Don’t be afraid to take bigger risks, such as giving up your drug addiction. BE WILLING TO CHANGE. What got you where you are today isn’t going to get you where you want to go tomorrow. You have a drug addiction? Get help. The first step to overcome your addiction is admitting you have a problem. Change your life you deserve it. Don’t let today affect the rest of your life. Prove everyone wrong, prove yourself wrong, be superior from you addiction, and let the substance know you are your own boss, you can make this change, you can start fresh.

By: The West Office BES Group Solutions Plus

 

BES Group / Solutions Plus

The BES Group, Inc. has been involved in intervention, prevention, education and treatment of alcohol and other drugs since 1989. Various grants and contracts have been written, awarded and implemented by the organization to provide prevention and treatment services in the Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth areas.

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11 comments

  • Berthinia Brown January 27, 2015

    I am willing to change! Inspiring.

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  • dennys medina January 27, 2015

    i love this post. i feel like i everybody would let go of a bad habit every year the world would be a better place.

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  • Dalton Kennedy January 27, 2015

    A windshield is much larger than a rear view mirror. This is because the view ahead is much more important than the view behind. This is a great newsletter. I hope it inspires all who read it.

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  • Marcus L Smith January 27, 2015

    This was a very good article!

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  • Mario De Leon January 27, 2015

    Never give up!

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  • Jeffery L. Murry January 27, 2015

    Good article, keep up the good work.

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  • Aleida Perez January 28, 2015

    This really speaks to me. New Year resolutions can be difficult to keep! If you go past the deadline that you set up for yourself then you think “just forget it, never mind I will just do it next year”. The thing is though there might not be a next year, so start new right now! Give yourself a second chance!

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  • Michael Gibson January 29, 2015

    The article represents insight for a good way to start the New Year. I am refreshed and inspired to make the necessary changes to meet the challenges the New Year will offer. Thanks for the better ways you have offered.

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  • Michael Gibson January 29, 2015

    This article was a wonderful view which helps us all to think and work on ways to better ourselves as we go into the New Year. I am thankful for this opportunity to change and do something fresh, meaningful and new. To do it like I have never done it before! What a grand and golden chance! I am deeply moved by it and will take advantage of being able to do what I may have never done before.

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  • Danny January 29, 2015

    Good motivation i will do this thanks to this article

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  • Tina February 2, 2015

    New Years Resolutions are always a tough one, but we need to stay on track and complete them. Great movtivation.

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