The strategy of complete and enduring cessation of the use of alcohol, drugs, and/or other addictions. Examples of other addictions include, but are not limited to, smoking, eating disorders, gambling, and self-harm. The achievement of this strategy remains the most common definition of recovery in addiction, but the necessity to include it in this glossary signals new conceptualizations of recovery that are pushing the boundaries of this definition. (See partial recovery, moderated recovery, serial recovery.)