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Guilt and Shame
There are many things you can say you might feel guilty about. But do you feel shame? There is a big difference between guilt and shame and we must get rid of both to live in peace and serenity.
Is a Loved One Addicted?
Addiction affects the entire family. If you have an addicted loved one, especially one in denial, you must get help for you. This is an honest appraisal of addictive behavior that is important for you to know.
The Tao of Sobriety
A life of harmony and the ability to walk a path of virtuous conduct is the result of honesty, open-mindedness and willingness. This is the Tao of sobriety.
There are so many slogans, acronyms, and phrases to help us recover. Some we love; some we hate. There is always one that works for you! What is it?
Addiction and Depression
Addiction and depression can be considered a "dual diagnosis" but that might depend on what came first. Were you depressed before addiction? Are you still depressed in recovery? Find out more about if or how you fit into this dangerous duo.
Lovingkindness - A Book Appreciation
There are so many books out there for us to read that awaken our conscious contact with God. This book, though, has become my favorite because it speaks to me not as a woman in recovery but as a person who wants to find peace in life.
Do You Have a Drinking Problem?
It is at times difficult to understand what constitues a drinking problem. Answering this questionnaire as honestly as you can may help you make the decision about your drinking habits.
Our Favorite Prayers
We each learn to pray in our own way in our own words but nothing inspires us more than the Serenity Prayer and The Prayer of St. Francis. These combined with The Lord's Prayer are powerful tools in recovery.
Striving to do something perfectly or to be perfect has a way of reducing us to failure. Remembering that it is progress not perfection is not always that easy.
How To STOP Screwing Up - A Book Review
An up-front, honest review of "How to STOP Screwing Up". Author, Martha Woodroof, uses the 12 Steps to help anyone confront their evil urges in an offbeat, sometimes humorous way. But is this book for everyone?
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