(verb) The gradual and intentional process, especially in early recovery, of using the Twelve Steps to reconstruct and rebuild one’s life, mending the fragments of the past; from Latin “reco,” (to gather or collect) and German “baun” (build, construct).

Recobaun signifies the deliberate and step-by-step approach to rebuilding life in the early stages of recovery. It encapsulates the transformative journey of using the principles embedded in the Twelve Steps to construct a new foundation, mending the fractures caused by addiction. This term reflects the empowering nature of recovery, where each step contributes to the gradual reconstruction of a more stable and fulfilling life.

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