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Call Recovered About Acceptance

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As we grow and practice acceptance towards ourselves we’re able to be more accepting of others. When we make peace with the fact that everything is exactly the way it is supposed to be in the present moment, we can make peace with the variables of life around us, including other people. Compassion gives us the ability to grow in our own regard, while we also aid in others’ personal journey to self-acceptance.

Tuesday we talk about Acceptance.

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When you “call”, reflect on these questions:
  • How is acceptance important in your recovery?
  • What was the first thing you had to accept coming into the program?
  • What has been the hardest thing to accept?
  • Today, what do you need to accept?
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Living a Sober Way of Life – Recovered 1220

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Sobriety can have different meanings to different people. For some, sobriety is the condition of not having any alcohol or drugs. Some in 12 step recovery fellowships, they define sobriety as achieving good mental health. To many, this seems like a more fulfilling approach to sobriety, rather than just avoiding drinking or using drugs.

Living a sober life is better than one spent fighting with addiction. Living a Sober Way of life will provide more clarity, focus, drive – and you’ll slowly start to build your relationships back up to go on living as a productive member of society. To those on the outside, you will become much more interesting.

At first, it might be challenging to see the real value of living a sober life. Many recovering addicts will glorify the old substance abuse days, often claiming their life was more fun. But our story is that using wasn’t fun anymore. We needed a new way of living.

Tonight, we talk about Living a Sober Way of Life.

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Call Recovered About Living a Sober Way of Life

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Sobriety can have different meanings to different people. For some, sobriety is the condition of not having any alcohol or drugs. Some in 12 step recovery fellowships, they define sobriety as achieving good mental health. To many, this seems like a more fulfilling approach to sobriety, rather than just avoiding drinking or using drugs.

Tonight, we talk about Living a Sober Way of Life.

Leave A Message Now
We need your voice!!  Share your story with the new person in recovery.
To “call” in and share your experience, strength and hope regarding this topic, just tap
You can always dial in and leave a message on this topic.  Just dial
When you “call”, reflect on these questions:
  • What is a sober lifestyle for you?
  • For you how is a sober life more than just not using?
  • For you, what is Emotional Sobriety?
So you can prepare for Tuesday’s show, you can get a copy of our Show Notes,  just click 

Take Our One Question Survey on Living a Sober Way of Life

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This week, our recovery topic will be “Living a Sober Way of Life.”

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Escape Suffering – Recovered 1216

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By giving back to others, you give yourself a purpose. It’s a constant reminder of the fact that you are worthy of life, that you have something to offer, and that you deserve love just as much as everyone else. There’s nothing quite like feeling needed, and people who are fresh into sober living can certainly benefit from the lessons you have to teach them after you’ve walked the path for a while yourself. There’s also nothing quite like the satisfaction of talking to someone when they are suffering. Sometimes what we need most is just a friendly ear. Never doubt how much you provide just by offering someone a friendly ear.  We find that when we support someone who is suffering, our own suffering is eased. Tonight, we talk about Escaping Suffering.

http://recoveredcast.com

For information on the Book “Powerless Not Helpless”

Link to Buddy’ Book Through Our Affiliate

Check out this episode!

Take Our One Question Survey on Suffering

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This week, our recovery topic will be “Suffering.”

Take our one-question survey to help us prepare for the show.
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