Creativity and Recovery - Recovered 598
Release Date: 05/05/2015
Stateline Retreat in Primm, NV - December 11th 2009info_outline Writing and Journaling - Recovered 1136
As you process emotions through your writing, this helps your mental health and also helps your physical wellbeing.info_outline Stateline 2009 Part 1 - Recovered 1137
Stateline Retreat in Primm, NV - December 11th 2009info_outline Recovery Literature - Recovered 1134
Reading recovery literature is another important tool of the program. It helps to educate, motivate, and inspire us. Reading recovery literature helps us learn how to stay sober and work a recovery program specifically tailored for us.info_outline James M History of AA Part 3 - Recovered 1135
James M. from Slidell, LA speaking on the History of AA at the Robbers Roost AA Group's Back to Basics men's retreat in Cuyamaca State Park in San Diego, CAinfo_outline Making Recovery Plans - Recovered 1132
So, we alcoholics need to be careful in this business of resolution making, we need to be careful as we plan our recovery life for the next year. We need to be flexible as we plan.info_outline James M History of AA Part 2 - Recovered 1133
James M. from Slidell, LA speaking on the History of AA at the Robbers Roost AA Group's Back to Basics men's retreat in Cuyamaca State Park in San Diego, CAinfo_outline James M History of AA Part 1 - Recovered 1131
James M. from Slidell, LA speaking on the History of AA at the Robbers Roost AA Group's Back to Basics men's retreat in Cuyamaca State Park in San Diego, CAinfo_outline Holiday Survival Kit - Recovered 1129
The 12-step programs offer many promises. Life will take on a new meaning, and you will know happiness like you have never known before.info_outline Love and Tolerance - Recovered 1127
When you learn to listen and not judge, you will see the beauty of the world. When you work through the program, you must learn tolerance.info_outline
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Creativity can be defined as the ability to generate or recognize ideas, alternatives, or possibilities.
Is it possible to be creative in recovery without having to stimulate your mind with alcohol or drugs?
Of course it is!
The problem is that you may have to convince your brain of this at first. And that can be a bit of a challenge.
But I want to know what you think.
Let’s go to you matt
what types of creative things are you involved in?
Where you afraid that your art would suffer?
Did you know any creative types in recovery before you came in?
What was it like when you first came into recovery and you were new?
Did your creativity suffer?
Did recovery take time away from your art?
What about fuzzy thinking in early recovery, how did that affect you?
What about PAWS? Did you suffer from Post Acute Withdrawl Symptom?
What were some of your experiences?
What were your fears?
How did others in the field react to your sobriety?
Did you have support from fellow sober artists?
Did you have to give up some relationships?
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What about now, what has happened to your creativity now that you are sober?
What about relationships now?
How do you work a program about your artistic endeavours?
What do you do now to increase your creativity?
What kinds of creative things are you involved in?
What was it like before recovery?
How did your disease affect your art as it progressed?
Did you consider recovery before you came in?
What were some of the fears you had regarding recovery?
Talk to the new guy who is afraid of what sobriety may mean to his art. What words of encouragement do you have?