It’s important to know that no one is ever recovered. It is a lifelong process, it’s a journey for the individual to learn more about themselves, become more connected within their family, and have that process of therapy and counselling in place to help them make those changes. “Recovered” makes it sound like the journey is over and the changes that have occurred in a person’s brain are not going to change back. Those are things that the person’s going to have to deal with for the rest of their lives.