How to Overcome Self-centeredness

How to Overcome Self-centeredness

Tips on how to overcome self-centeredness to aid your recovery, and improve your life, relationships, and spiritual connection.
Addiction, dysfunction, and unhealthy relationships are often a symptom of self-centeredness.

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How To Set Healthy Boundaries in Recovery

How To Set Healthy Boundaries in Recovery

Setting boundaries is an important part of establishing one’s identity and is crucial for mental health, well-being, stability, and healthy relationships. Knowing how to set healthy boundaries in recovery from addiction should be a critical part of your recovery and self-care plan.

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How To Break a Push Pull Relationship Pattern?

Push Pull Relationship Cycle

A push-pull relationship cycle is a clear-cut example of “playing games,” but it’s a dynamic that’s not uncommon. The psychology of a push-pull relationship is fascinating. In this push-pull dance, one partner seeks greater connection but grows increasingly critical when a connection is elusive. The other partner seeks greater autonomy and increasingly withdraws in the face of complaints, pressure, and feeling smothered.

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Early Maladaptive Schemas: 18 Types of People in Recovery from Addiction

schemas

You will encounter many different types of people in recovery from addiction. Each person has a unique pathway the leads them into recovery. However, you may start to notice similar patterns of behaviors, or groupings, of individuals in recovery. These groupings have much to do with early childhood experiences, and trauma, and the development of early maladaptive schemas.

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