Doug talks through some action steps and analogies for addiction recovery. He points to theidea of treating every day like we are prepping for war…Remember that you are not alone on this road of recovery…..for more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Doug talks through some analogies that help his recovery as he looks for ways that Satan is trying to trap him. He discusses how loneliness can be a driver towards addiction, so we need to find ways to be aware. We can use self-care techniques and other connection elements to battle and beat loneliness
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Jorge and Doug help those in recovery prepare for the holidays. They walk through some practical tips for the holiday season and the new year that are good for all year round. Check out the “dad joke” challenge as well, and vote for your winner! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Thanks for listening and MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Brad and Doug discuss the nuances of trying to work on a marriage and recovery at the same time. It is difficult to stay “on our side of the street” but they discuss some practical suggestions to help.
Brad offers guidance on some of the stages in rebuilding trust in a marriage as well as how to make the marriage better by working on ourselves.
His podcast can be found wherever you find your podcast under the name “Addict’s Messy Marriage”
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Remember that on this road of recovery, you are not walking alone.
Ben and Doug discuss the power of the progression in working Steps 4-7. Ben utilizes some real life issues that have come up that can brew into resentments. These are often caused by fear and pride issues. So being aware helps us in recovery start to turn those over to a higher power.
They also discuss the patterns of thinking that can continually damage relationships, like having to “be right.” The ability to try to control someone else’s emotions can rob our own joy and serenity.
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