Growth in Recovery - Recovered 1004
Release Date: 06/05/2019
Dry drunk syndrome is a term coined by the creator of Alcoholics Anonymous to describe someone who has quit drinking but hasn't dealt with the issues that caused them to become addicted in the first place. Dry drunk syndrome can be a sign that you are close to relapsing. Recovery is an ongoing life-long process. Recovery including a higher power, the steps, and the fellowship can be the cure to your Dry Drunk Syndrome For information on the Book "Powerless Not Helpless" Tonight, we talk about being a Dry Drunk.info_outline Progression of Alcoholism - Recovered 1224
At End-Stage Alcoholism, drinking is a dependence. Abusers will drink every day, throughout the day, and struggle to function without alcohol. At this phase, interventions are necessary.info_outline Acceptance - Recovered 1222
Acceptance is necessary for your healing process. To practice acceptance, you must acknowledge all of the uncomfortable parts of yourself: your emotions, your thoughts, and your past.info_outline Living a Sober Way of Life - Recovered 1220
Many recovering addicts will glorify the old substance abuse days, often claiming their life was more fun. But our story is that using wasn’t fun anymore. We needed a new way of living.info_outline John A Glass House Group Part 5 - Recovered 1219
John A. from Dallas, TX speaking on steps 11 to 12 at the Glasshouse Group in Fort Worth, TX - August 1st 2002info_outline John A Glass House Group Part 4 - Recovered 1218
John A. from Dallas, TX speaking on steps 8 to 10 at the Glasshouse Group in Fort Worth, TX - August 1st 2002info_outline John A Glass House Group Part 3 - Recovered 1217
John A. from Dallas, TX speaking on step 1 at the Glasshouse Group in Fort Worth, TX - August 1st 2002info_outline Escape Suffering - Recovered 1216
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John A. from Dallas, TX speaking on step 1 at the Glasshouse Group in Fort Worth, TX - August 1st 2002info_outline Emptiness - Recovered 1214
It is the empty space within the cup that gives it purpose.info_outline
When you started recovery, you probably thought that drugs and alcohol were your biggest enemy. You fought hard in early recovery to rid yourself from drugs and alcohol. You probably believed that once you got away from them, your life would be easy again. You would be finally out of trouble. But there is so much more in recovery.
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In early recovery, you learned that overcoming addiction is not easy. It is not just about getting the drugs out of your system — you need to develop a whole new relationship with yourself through meetings and personal growth. As it turns out, addiction isn’t as much about the drugs and alcohol as it is about your physical and mental make-up and your emotional status. Recovery requires a complete personal lifestyle overhaul.
First to mind?
Where do you want to start?
What do you want to say?
What do you want to bring to the new person?
What do you want to get out of recovery?
Did you think that was possible?
What event event, what circumstances, made you believe that recovery was possible for you?
When did you realize that you wanted more than just sobriety?
What was it that you wanted?
How did you work toward it?
How did the program help you work toward that goal?
We asked our listeners about this topic.
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To get involved in each week’s show prep.
We asked our listeners,
"What part of your program helps you grow?”
Did you take the survey?
What would be your answer?
We can also watch people grow.
One of the best thing about recovery is watching people grow.
Tonight we received an email and I think we can relate to the joy of watching someone grow in this email
Lisa...can you read the email from Jennifer?
How has the program helped you grow spiritually?
Two things that every new person faces and needs to grow out of are:
The desire to escape
Many of us just wanted to escape from life and we found that drugs and alcohol were effective to achieve that goal.
Have you ever suffered with the desire to escape?
How do you deal with this urge?
How has the program helped? (Steps, prayers, fellowship, sponsor, Higher Power, etc.)
When you were new, what were you afraid of?
How has the program helped? Steps, prayers, fellowship, sponsor, Higher Power, etc.)
Today, how do you deal with fear?
They say, Addiction recovery is a long journey to yourself.
What does this mean to you?
Another piece of advice is Personal growth is a lifelong process.
What does this mean to you?
Another slogan is Idle hands are the devil’s workshop.
How do you stay busy, what hobbies do you have?
What hobbies would you recommend for the new person?
Life needs momentum — you have to be working toward something.
What goals are you working on today?
What goals would you recommend for the new person?
What service work are you involved in now?
What service work would you recommend for the new person?
How do you stay healthy and grow?
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If you have experience with
Eating Disorders and Substance Abuse
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Now, Let’s take calls
First up, we have
Mike from celebration Florida
Nick from Cassanovia NY
What would you say to the new guy about Growth in recovery?
So Remember; abandon yourself to God and admit your faults. Clear away the wreckage of your past and give freely. God bless and see you next time.