Posts by updrd

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  • In Recovery

    I’m not sure what to say right now but think that I need to say something.  I am SAFE alumni and I went awhile ago in Chicago.  I have gone years without SIing and don’t find it a part of my life anymore.  The hard part was to change my lifestyle to not injure.  One…

  • half empty or half full?

    I don’t know what I’m going to end up saying, but I’m having a good day and wanted to share about it.  Therapy is going very well for me.  Pretty soon I’m going to start going 2x a month instead of every week.  This will be good too.  I’m doing very well.  I have not…

  • Just Do It

    Ya know, I was just sitting here reading some of the blogs posted and I don’t read much  about the basics.  I know that many people have not gone to SAFE, but agreeing with Karen, there are many good things mentioned here to do instead of injuring.  I think for those that injure it’s a…

  • it does get better

    I’ve been reading the posts on the blog for SAFE and I’m finding that a lot of people, especially those that are done with SAFE, need more support.  I have had contact with Wendy and Karen and have the go ahead to make my post. I went to SAFE 3x when it was in Chicago. …

  • alumni

    Hello, my name is Laura and I periodically post here on the SAFE page.  I should more often because I owe so much to where I am at to them.  Well actually they gave me some tools and I went with what I learned and therefore, I am at where I am today because of…

  • You know, I have been injury free for a very long time and I think that is great for me, but there is a but.  Like today when I was in therapy I kind of checked out for a few minutes and I could see myself injuring.  I used to see stuff like that a…