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Today I'm writing about forgiveness as the path to finding peace.
But before I jump in, I want to make sure you know: Forgiveness doesn't mean allowing ourselves to be abused. Breathing Permanently Changed the Way I Pray Who would have thought a deep breath in the belly, followed by a deep breath in the chest, followed by a warrior-like exhalation from the mouth would introduce me to God?
As a coach and 12-step practitioner I’m always on... We're-Just-Friends: This is the guy who has a lot of girl "friends." He says you shouldn't be threatened by him having friends of the opposite sex. Healing Toxic Shame Can Heal Your Life As a Twelve-Step recovery coach I've found the journals I kept during the years I dated a narcissist (whom I sometimes delightfully refer to as an Asshat) to be an incredibly helpful tool for coaching clients who're also in...
This Tool for Dealing with a Mean Boss Can Also Be Used in Love Relationships! If you have a problem with it, it's your own insecurity and neuroses, it's not the fact... My client Greta is involved with a Narcissist (aka Asshat) named Jacob.
A large wedge can develop between a couple if the non-recovering person doesn’t understand. It is indeed like trying to choose between two different versions of the same species. I have also seen people in the rooms struggle to find the right person and remain single for many years and find it perfectly cool to not have a significant other.
Whether we like it are not, we addicts are different on many levels from non-addicts, especially in terms of our thought process and emotional complexities.
Personally, I think it will take me a lifetime to become healthy enough to be trusted with another person’s love and attention.
My hat’s off to anyone who has it together enough to go there after a year.
Lots of broken hearts that eventually led to a lot of death in the name of love.
Sometimes they can view it as a secret society that they are not welcome to participate in. I guess I’m not the person to answer that question. But I have seen relationships blossom and grow between people who are both in recovery.
They can become insecure about the new friends we make and all these program phone calls. I have also seen relationships between addicts and non-addicts transition from hopeless to beautiful and nurturing. At the moment, whether it’s normie or an addict, I still manage to rightly fuck it up. I’ll definitely let you know if I find out the answer.
Now put two of these sober experts together and holy tornados, there’s destruction.
We 12-steppers are armed with a whole new set of insults that “normies” couldn’t possibly understand.