Having Fun in Recovery - Recovered 919
Release Date: 05/30/2018
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
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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
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It is the empty space within the cup that gives it purpose.info_outline
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Just because you've decided to quit drinking and doing drugs, have started to go to meetings are now in what's termed "recovery,"
That doesn't mean that you need to resign yourself to living the rest of your life in a ho-hum, boring existence. While you may think that being clean and sober is just plain dull, the truth is that your life in sobriety can be fulfilling, exciting and extremely rewarding. Some might even call it fun. But that, of course, depends on your point of view.
Here we take a look at how newcomers to sobriety can discover healthy ways to have fun in recovery – without jeopardizing all the gains they've made so far. Don't worry. Nothing here is out of reach of the average individual. All it really takes is a desire to create a new life for yourself,
Go to you first,
First to mind?
Why is having fun in recovery important?
What used to be your idea of fun before program?
What was your idea of fun early in program?
When you were new, was it hard to have fun?
How did your fun change?
Did you suffer from depression when you were new?
Did you isolate when you wee new?
How did the program help, what steps, slogans, prayer, service?
Was it hard to laugh early on?
Did you change, how?
Today, what is your idea of fun, what do you do today?
Do you find recovery boring?
Today, what are your thoughts of a life with drinking at the center?
Do you view that as boring today, why?
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