Emotional Recovery and Sobriety - Recovered 970
Release Date: 01/16/2019
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
Emotional sobriety or emotional recovery is an important phase in addiction recovery. Reaching this stage pushes recovery from simply abstaining from an addictive behavior to creating a lifestyle that reaches deeper emotional balance. It helps us reach a place in our lives where we truly feel emotionally whole.
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What first comes to mind on this topic,
where do you want to start tonight?
For you, What is Emotional recovery?
the development of much more real maturity and balance (which is to say, humility) in our relations with ourselves, with our fellows, and with God.
Have you ever worked on emotional recovery?
How are you emotionally inebriated?
What types of emotions are most vulnerable to instability in recovery?
Those adolescent urges that so many of us have for top approval, perfect security, and perfect romance -- urges quite appropriate to age seventeen -- prove to be an impossible way of life when we are at age forty-seven or fifty-seven.
What character asset (virtue) is most needed to achieve emotional recovery? Why?
For you, why are peace and joy illusive?
How shall our unconscious be brought into line with what we actually believe, know and want!
For you, what is the main barrier to emotional stability?
dependence on people to supply his needs
What was his solution to the problem
To love others first regardless if it is returned
What is the root of the problem?
unhealthy dependency and its consequent unhealthy demand
How does dependency on others contribute to your emotional state?
Have you ever tried to do your best yet still feel bad about yourself?
How do facts and feelings about you affect you?
Have you had different phases in your recovery, how has your recovery matured?
What are your triggers for emotional instability?
When are you most vulnerable to emotional outbursts?
How has the fellowship helped you with emotional recovery?
How do the steps help you with emotional recovery?
How does servicework help you with emotional recovery?
How does spirituality help you with emotional recovery?