What Are you Free From?

We chose the hashtag #VoicingFreedom for our Community Blog because that is exactly what it’s all about: sharing our stories in order to break down secrecy and shame and to encourage and inspire others who are walking a similar journey to our own.

Often we get asked “But I’m still in recovery, so I can’t call myself ‘free’, right?” Wrong.

We believe freedom is not found only through “full recovery”; freedom is found once you are able to separate yourself from the lies, the shame, and the secrecy that work to destroy.

This project allows the members of the Libero Network community (YOU!) to share stories and photos to celebrate freedom!

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Scroll down to read latest stories and view our Free From photo Gallery…

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How to share:

Submit your story through our Submissions Page 

or Share your photo on Twitter/Instagram tagging @liberonetwork using #VoicingFreedom or post to our Facebook Wall.


Latest Stories on our Community Blog:

  • “Free from _____” Share your story with us!
    We believe Freedom is not found only through “full recovery"; freedom is found once you are able to separate yourself from the lies, the shame, and the secrecy that have held you captive, whether that be your addiction, ED voice, depression, anxiety... The post “Free from _____” Share your story with us! appeared first on Libero Network.
  • Jeremy: Free from Addiction
    I am thankful for each step away from addiction. I am thankful that when I feel like life is unbearable, I can just reach my hand up, out of the darkness, and let hope pull me into the light. The post Jeremy: Free from Addiction appeared first on Libero Network.
  • Laura: Free from Boundaries
    I am free from the boundaries of the past. I am free to be the beautiful, compassionate, trusting, wise human being I’ve always had hiding inside. The post Laura: Free from Boundaries appeared first on Libero Network.
  • Kristin: Free from ‘Not Good Enough’
    Feeling free from the desire to be deemed 'good enough' by someone else, whether it’s a parent, a friend, or a significant other, has allowed me to open myself up to all life’s possibilities. I am able to live an authentic life. The post Kristin: Free from ‘Not Good Enough’ appeared first on Libero Network.


“Free from” photo Gallery:

here are just a few of the photos that have been submitted to get you inspired!

Share your photo on Twitter/Instagram tagging @liberonetwork using #VoicingFreedom or post to our Facebook Wall.

 


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