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.
Radical acceptance is the answer to all your problems. In life, pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional. Radical acceptance will help you deal with the painful situations in life and reduce your suffering.Read More
Each of us has a God-shaped hole in our heart, that we have vainly attempted to fill with many things, including drugs or alcohol. Learning to fill the God-shaped hole in your heart with a relationship and connection to God is vital for full recovery from addiction.Read More
Who do you blame when something goes wrong? How you answer this depends on your locus of control. Shifting from an external to an internal locus of control unlocks the key to recovery from addiction.Read More
Addiction recovery is a difficult journey, and sometimes it can also feel like a very lonely one. Learning to trust and forming supportive relationships is essential in overcoming loneliness in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.Read More
However, while we may not like pain, there are many blessings of pain. Pain is one of the greatest teachers that we have. It does not matter if it is physical pain, emotional pain, financial pain, relationship pain, or spiritual pain, pain always serves a purpose, and it motivates us to do something.Read More
Anger and addiction, and aggression are intertwined in many ways. Anger has been implicated in relapse as stated in the language of Alcoholics Anonymous and as found in many research studies.Read More
By: Rick Fannin While each step in the twelve steps model presents a unique set of challenges, step four has gained notoriety as being the “scary” step. And why wouldn’t step four get this reputation as this step requires you to take a long, hard, and honest look at the man in the mirror to…Read More