Monthly Archives: January 2015

Who Are You Relying On?

Who are you relying on to help you along your recovery journey? As I have said in previous posts, it is important to establish a network with strong, knowledgeable and experienced sponsors and accountability partners. As important as this is, … Continue reading

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Trust and Faith

Anyone who has had any dealings with Alcoholics Anonymous or any similar recovery program is likely to be familiar with the following sayings: – Easy does it – One day at a time – One hour at a time – … Continue reading

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Accountability

Accountability.  Depending upon where one is at on their recovery journey, this word can bring dread and cold chills, or comfort, security and freedom. For those still struggling with coming to grips with their secrecy issue(s) [see last week’s post], … Continue reading

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Secrecy

One of the greatest obstacles we need to overcome on our recovery journeys is the deadly cloak of secrecy. During my journey, I was not truly able to obtain victory over, and healing from, my addictions until I came to … Continue reading

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