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4 Ways Spiritual Fitness Can Be Sexy

The concept of spirituality can be difficult to describe and to some people the definition of spiritual fitness may mean something else than what it means to you or even I, but using it in this context I mean to express spiritual fitness as someone who centers their life around inspired ideals from seeking something . . . . Continue Reading


Could “Back Burner” Relationships Be Harmful to Your Recovery?

There is a great amount of value in the relationships we cultivate in recovery and the way our personal development changes in these relationships. It has been said that in early recovery serious intimate relationships should be avoided during the initial growth process, to give time for real emotional stability. But when faced with romantic . . . . Continue Reading


F.A.I.T.H. – 5 Questions You Should Ask Yourself EVERY DAY

Every day is its own story, an important piece of the journey that both reveals and recreates who we are and what we contribute to the grand scheme of life. It has been said that every day is a gift, and for those of us in recovery from alcoholism or addiction this could not be . . . . Continue Reading


Why Trying to MAKE Someone Change Will Make YOU Miserable

People are who they are, and acceptance is a huge part of our relationships with other people. Without question it is difficult to even try completely understanding each other 100% of the time, but humility lies in trying to look within for change instead of trying to change those around us. When we over-reach into . . . . Continue Reading


10 Ways to Stop Trying to Control Other People

For a lot of people in recovery there is a fair amount of difficulty with letting go of control or at least admitting to a lack of control, especially when it comes to substance abuse. Some of us find it hard to come to terms with the fact that many things in life and the . . . . Continue Reading


“Why don’t they like me?”- 7 Signs You’re a People Pleaser

    The subject of being a ‘people pleaser’ is one that hits home for me. I never even considered myself a ‘people pleaser’ until I had actually been called out by another person in recovery who was identifying character defects we shared. At that moment I felt the urge to disagree, but just smiled . . . . Continue Reading


The 5 Most Important Things to Look For in a Sponsor

It is said that there is nothing that will ensure immunity from addiction more than intensive work with another addict or alcoholic. The ability for an individual to identify with our struggles, and relate their experience and recovery to our obstacles gives power to the concept of sponsorship. It is important to remember the primary . . . . Continue Reading


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