Most of us have a limited ability to recognize depression in ourselves and others. The more we’re connecting with kindred spirits, the better our coping and friendships.
Recovery is a process of holistic healing. Too often, we ignore our physical health out of the false belief, “If I ignore it, it will go away.”
“Letting it go” is more than a cliche. Let’s get down to the actual steps of how to do it!
The best I’ve ever heard it spoken, “Every time I get sober I remember, and every time I remember, I get drunk.”
I’ve learned over and over again that wanting it isn’t enough. Even needing it isn’t enough. It sounds a bit cold but I routinely ask people who are considering change, “What are you willing to do?”
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.
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!
We all know self-care is important. Let’s broaden our understanding of it and make some investments that pay off in spades!
Getting sober is tough – staying sober is tougher. Let’s explore strategies that are proven to work and which promote greater health!