Changes - Recovered 896
Release Date: 03/07/2018
Mickey M. from Denver, CO and Peter M. from Boca Raton, FL speaking at the Fellowship of the Spirit convention in Queens, NY - July 18th 2014 Premium Membership Information Sustaining Partner Information Episode Partner Donationinfo_outline Envy - Recovered 1302
Several faiths and philosophical teachings have put forth writings that note the harm that can be caused by envy. It is seen as an emotion that results in misery. Aristotle refers to Envy as “the pain caused by the good fortune of others.” One of the first things we have to do to overcome our envy is to begin letting go of our resentments. We must look at the people we envy and try to view them through a lens constructed of kindness, compassion, empathy, and possibly even friendship. Tonight, we talk about Envy. Gigi’s book, 50 Ways to a Fear Less Now, our affiliate link 3:25 To skip...info_outline Fellowship of the Spirit 6 of 8 - Recovered 1300
Mickey M. from Denver, CO and Peter M. from Boca Raton, FL speaking at the Fellowship of the Spirit convention in Queens, NY - July 18th 2014 Premium Membership Information Sustaining Partner Information Episode Partner Donationinfo_outline Dealing With Conflict - Recovered 1299
Every human has to deal with conflict. This is unavoidable, as people have competing needs and desires. This means that it will be wise for people to learn how to cope with conflict as well as learn how to avoid it. Sometimes, avoiding this type of interaction can be negative, because it means the individual is refusing to face their problems. Dealing with conflict is an important skill for people in recovery to learn. Tonight, we talk about Dealing with Conflict. Gigi’s book, 50 Ways to a Fear Less Now, our affiliate link 3:25 To skip the intro This week, Martin, Todd, Teresa, Kim, Becky,...info_outline HALT - Recovered 1297
Many relapse prevention tools have been created to help people trying to maintain sobriety. The Acronym H.A.L.T. is helpful for identifying potential relapse triggers. In recovery, you are encouraged to stop—or H.A.L.T.—and pay attention to the smaller, everyday triggers that can lead to risky behaviors and potential relapse. The acronym stands for Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired Tonight, we talk about HALT. Gigi’s book, 50 Ways to a Fear Less Now, our affiliate link 3:25 To skip the intro This week, Jim, Vicki, Niki, Penny, Jenny, Rebekah, Bryan, Dana, Tonja, Kim, Kendy, Karen, Sean,...info_outline Fellowship of the Spirit 5 of 8 - Recovered 1298
Mickey M. from Denver, CO and Peter M. from Boca Raton, FL speaking at the Fellowship of the Spirit convention in Queens, NY - July 18th 2014 Premium Membership Information Sustaining Partner Information Episode Partner Donationinfo_outline Fellowship of the Spirit 4 of 8 - Recovered 1296
When people in recovery talk about progress not perfection it does not mean that people should not be trying to be the best they can be. The point is that perfection is too high a goal and that people should aim for something slightly less ambitious. If the individual makes an honest attempt at overcoming their character flaws they will be moving closer to perfection, but it is not likely that they will ever fully complete this journey. Humans are fallible, and the only important thing is that they try their best. By setting the more realistic goal of progress rather than perfection the...info_outline Fellowship of the Spirit 3 of 8 - Recovered 1295
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When people decide to give up an addiction, they are agreeing to make a major change to their life. The benefits of such a dramatic alteration of course can be wonderful, but it will be a step into the unknown.
The individual needs to summon up a great deal of courage and be prepared to let go of their old habits. Once the individual becomes sober it does not mean the process of change is complete.
It continues indefinitely. Anyone who builds a successful life away from addiction will constantly face changes and challenges. It is part of what makes their life away from addiction so wonderful.
First to mind?
When you were new, what was the main thing you had to change?
What was standing in the way of change?
What recovery tool helped?
What did not help?
What was the first thing you changes in recovery?
What was the hardest thing you have changed?
How did your sponsor help?
How did prayer help?
How did meetings help?
What are you trying to change today?
What is in the way?
Why is it difficult for you?
What do you hope to change in the future?
Why are you waiting?
When will you know it’s time?
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