Liminality, the space in between the sense of being in between your past and your future, defines the thresholds of recovery.
True recovery isn’t about creating a sober persona, but rather an integrated soul that is intentional and honest about what is and isn’t authentic about me.
The unique neurology of joy means that you can influence your thought processes in such a way that it will increase your chances of a successful recovery.
We will explore the importance of connection, the dangers of lack of connection, and why the recovery connection is such an integral part of sober living.
See how one man gained knowledge of resentment and relapse that he was able to use to make a breakthrough in his own recovery.
Am I willing to risk practicing what I see others doing in order to experience the freedom I see others enjoying? Must everything change?
Moving on from a criminal history can be an empowering experience that facilitates significant internal motivation for continued change and personal growth.
Getting adequate health care can be a challenge in rural America, particularly when addiction treatment and rehabilitation services are needed.