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Our New Strength in Recovery
There are times when our recovery is challenged by difficult events in life. How we handle these are a true measure and testament to the strength of our recovery and the 12 Steps.
There isn't a more loving nor a more volatile relationship in the world than the one between mother and daughter. Which way it goes depends on us and our willingness to accept. It is not all about us.
"When Man Listens"
We in recovery sometimes forget that the 12 Steps started long before Bill and Dr. Bob. This is a review of a book published in 1937 that is timeless and for everyone.
Our Future Selves
How do you see yourself in the future? Do you envision yourself happier and more serene than who you are today? If you do, it doesn't just happen. It takes practice, practice, practice!
Stress and Depression
What comes first? Stress or depression? What really matters is how you free yourself from this vicious cycle?
'I WILL NOT BE BROKEN
Every single person in the universe will probably face a crisis sometime in their lives. We can't know the future but we can be a little more prepared for it. This is a great book for anyone who wants to live a full, happy life no matter what!
Being a mother today isn't easy for anyone but for moms recovering from an addiction it is not only about the changes they make. It is also about the choices their children make and with these come joy and tears.
Using the Tools of Recovery
Being solid in recovery does not have to be difficult if we carry our toolbox with us wherever we go. But we also must remember to open it and use the tools every day. When we don't, the fallout can be devastating.
So You Love An Alcoholic
Guest Author, Jody, writes "I would not be in recovery (Alanon) today without all the alcoholics in my life, sober and active. I'm grateful for each and every one".
Food as an Addiction
Food can be an addiction. Most people think that means overeating. It can also mean not eating enough. In either case, we must examine how we feel about food and the reasons why our eating habits just don't seem normal.
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