Trust - Recovered 909
Release Date: 04/18/2018
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In my addictive behavior, I probably broke trust with those who care about me in various ways, such as lying and keeping secrets. Since my addiction spanned many years, the people affected by my addiction doubted my recovery, especially since I tried to control my addiction before. Building trust takes time; I have to continue to prove that I can do this one day at a time.
First to mind?
Where do you want to start?
What does trust mean to you?
How do your disease affect your trustworthiness?
How did your disease affect your ability to trust others?
How has your disease affected your ability to trust yourself?
Before program, how did you lose the trust of your loved ones?
How about employers?
In what ways did you lose trust?
When you were new, did you trust the program?
Did you trust ither AAs
Did you trust your sponsor?
How about today?
What was it like when you first came in, were you able to regain trust immediately?
Did you think that you should be trusted because you are now sober?
How did that make you feel?
What part of the program helped you regain trust?
When did you start to regain trust? example?
Are there people in your life who refuse to trust you?
What do you do with these people?
How about your trust of other people? How has recovery effected this?
Do you trust God?
Do you trust yourself?
What would you say to the new guy?
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