Burnout is generally understood as doing too much for too long. I’ve come to see that it’s never what I do that burns me out. It’s what I don’t do: self-care, coping, letting go, fulfilling responsibilities to myself, relaxation, fun, and most of all, seeking reciprocity in my relationships.
Building healthy relationships is no small undertaking. Let’s explore worthwhile investments in building healthy partnerships!
I’ve never thought to myself, “Hey this would be a great day to self-sabotage!” Let’s promote healthier choices through mindfulness and connection.
Why is fear the driving force behind so many of our struggles?
The fear of falling apart leaves us carrying a lot of baggage. A newfound freedom exists in learning how to let go.
Self-deception is part and parcel to addictive thinking. As we grow in our recovery, let’s move toward rigorous honesty with sef and avoid these pitfalls.
We tend to approach new relationships in recovery the way people who have just crawled across a desert approach water. Let’s look at common pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Balance is not achieved by going to both extremes. Let’s look at setting goals and making your recovery sustainabe!
There’s much more to anger management than most realize. Let’s work on your self-control through self-acceptance!
Getting sober is tough – staying sober is tougher. Let’s explore strategies that are proven to work and which promote greater health!