“The role of a Peer Recovery Support Specialist is to use our lived experience to connect with a peer. Once that connection is made we then connect the peer to recovery, staff, treatment and recovery services. I believe that connection is made when we share our stories.” -Eric Jones, CIT, PR

No one gets through life unscathed. Experiences that cause sorrow, pain, rejection, loss and fear touch us all. A happy, healthy, successful life isn’t the result of accidental circumstance; the thoughtful and deliberate use of available tools determines our ultimate outcomes. Would you like to have a happier, healthier and more successful life? Would you like a simple, easy to use tool proven to help overcome even the most painful experiences of life? The online journal below that Eric created for you, is exactly that tool. Your journal is encrypted and no one can see it but you and Eric.

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On March 8, 2019, Eric Jones (pictured right) was one of the first 50 to complete the Peer Recovery Support Specialist Core Training in the Arkansas model. Eric has also completed PRSS Core Training in the Texas model.

How was your day?

“When my brain gets cluttered and I start to feel overwhelmed and restless; when I have trouble focusing on today’s tasks because my brain keeps running through a list of all the other things I need to accomplish on other days; when I get grumpy and start to snap at people, I know it’s time for a brain dump. It’s time to declutter my brain so I can think clearly again.” –Stationary Nerd

When engaged, your Online Journal and this page’s Comment Section becomes a safe haven for you to connect with peers and to get what’s on the inside …out. Misspelled words and all. Use your Online Journal below to share your day, do a brain dump or simply just to vent. In one year, you can request a copy of your entries in a beautiful private ebook just for you.

To get started, simply select a feeling word describing how you feel, and then write about your day using the Contact Form below. Need help with a feeling word? To see our Feeling Vocabulary, click here: Feeling Words

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