Recovered Podcast

This is an unofficial Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) podcast. This 12 step recovery podcast shares our journey from a life of addiction to a happy sober life. This is the podcast where we see life through a 12 step lens.

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Self Awareness – Recovered 1163

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Self-awareness is the degree to which you are aware of your own tendencies, your strengths and weaknesses, your values, your interests, and how you respond to various situations. Self-awareness is the foundation of addiction recovery and good mental health. It is a key skill of emotional sobriety and is the…

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Mary P Part 3 – Recovered 1160

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Mary Pearl J. at AlAnon Womens Retreat  Check out this episode!

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Perseverance – Recovered 1161

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Long-term recovery is all about perseverance. Some common reasons why people enter recovery include being desperate for a change, wanting to appease loved ones, or being motivated by avoiding jail time. During early recovery, there’s often a period where these individuals feel motivated and optimistic about their long-term prospects. However,…

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Mary P Part 2 – Recovered 1166

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Mary Pearl J. at AlAnon Womens Retreat  Check out this episode!

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Discipline – Recovered 1159

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Alcoholism and drug addiction are not the result of a faulty willpower. However, self-discipline is crucial for staying sober. Whether you’ve just completed drug treatment or have just started going to meetings for the first time, you’ll need to develop a discipline to avoid relapses. Dedication to your recovery program…

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Frank H OA Step 12 – Recovered 1158

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Frank H. from Santa Clara, CA talking about the steps at a Men’s OA Tool Time Retreat in Oceanside, CA – August 10th-12th 2018 Check out this episode!

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Humility – Recovered 1157

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The virtues of self awareness, acceptance, and self-honesty, give us the courage and Humility to be vulnerable, to be truly humble. In other words, by working on these virtues we increase our capacity to be humble in our relationship with ourselves and others. However, if we lack self-awareness and self-acceptance…

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