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Alcoholics Anonymous: Building the foundation of AA (with a dog named True)

2022-10-18T19:52:38-04:00October 12, 2021|Addiction Recovery, Addiction Recovery Programs, Articles|

I learned about the concept of a Higher Power from True. She wanted the best for me; she didn’t want me to suffer or relapse. Prior to making True my Higher Power, I would happily argue with anyone about religion. But after I met True, I no longer put up a fight about it. If a dog could be my driving force, who was I to argue against anyone else’s beliefs?

12-Steps: from imperfection to perfection

2022-11-06T10:53:36-05:00April 10, 2020|Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Addiction Recovery Programs, Articles, Recovery Coach, Recovery Coaching|

I don’t know how I got to 12 years, but I do know that I stuck out going to recovery meetings; I have few that I regularly attend, week after week, year after year. My friends are in these meetings. I recognize just about everyone in attendance, and I look forward to going and catching up with them weekly.

Recovery After Rehab: There Has to Be A Plan

2022-11-06T11:48:55-05:00February 25, 2020|Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Alcohol and Drug Interventions, Alcoholics Anonymous, Concierge Recovery Services, Family Interventions, Family Recovery, Recovery Coach, Recovery Coaching|

A 30-day treatment program is only the beginning of recovery; the most important part of treatment is what happens when someone returns home. After care for rehabilitation is essential to the full recovery process. Maintaining sobriety in the confines of a treatment center is easy, but when someone returns home all of the stressors and triggers will still be there.  

How To Find Free Therapy No Matter Where You Are

2022-11-06T21:16:08-05:00December 19, 2019|Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Addiction Recovery Programs, Articles, Family Recovery, Interventions, Recovery Coach, Recovery Coaching|

There is a misunderstanding around the 12 Steps that they’re only for people who want to stop drinking or using drugs. The reality is that 12-Step programs are not built around alcohol or substance abuse. Rather, 12-Step programs work by building a community around any particular condition.

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