Printable Worksheets

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Craving Tracker Worksheet

Complete one worksheet as often as needed to monitor your triggers and cravings. Share with a counselor, friend, or sponsor, and review your answers later to identify patterns and themes.

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Cognitive Distortions Worksheet

Cognitive distortions are faulty thought patterns that can jeopardize recovery. Identify the most common cognitive distortions and challenge your thoughts if you recognize yourself in these descriptions.

Recovery Writing Prompts

Use these creative writing prompts to reflect on your recovery and spark your creativity. Share your responses on our blog or with a friend, counselor, or sponsor if you wish.

Gratitude Journal Prompts

Remembering what you’re grateful for is a wonderful way to stay motivated in recovery. So, use these gratitude journal prompts to remind yourself why you want to recover, and review your answers whenever you’re struggling.

Complete one worksheet daily for the first 90 days of recovery, or use these prompts anytime you wish.

Attachment Styles

Learn about your attachment style. Children form a secure or insecure (anxious, avoidant, or disorganized) attachment style based on how caregivers respond to their needs.

Research has linked insecure attachment styles to substance abuse, mental illness, and relationship troubles later in life. See which attachment style describes you.

Also, read more about attachment styles here.

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