Earlier this month, I attended a women's retreat with ladies who attend two separate fellowships. The topic fascinated me. We needed to fix what was broken (spiritually, emotionally, etc). In the first group, I found myself reflecting on previous retreats, in the same chair, at a time when I felt an immense amount of pain. … Continue reading Healing Does Take Time in this Recovery Journey
Commemorating 8000 days sober today, including weekends and holidays. Thankful for His grace, recovery family & friends for 8000 days, 262.83 months, and 21.9 years of clean time, sobriety time, recovery time. #soberyall #soberliving #sobergirlsociety #sobrietyrocks #cleanandserene #womeninrecovery #vetsinrecovery #8000daysclean #thankfullness #sobersaturday
Are you a person in recovery attending recovery support groups? Are you someone who needs recovery supports? Plenty of options are available and free. People, like myself, who speak the same language volunteer their time to manage the groups. In one recovery program, people identify this as the language of the heart. Mutual help organizations … Continue reading 12-Step Recovery and Other Support Groups
Happy New Year!! Grateful to put 2021 behind us. Our country alone has seen so much pain in 2021: politically, financial hardships, inflation, and loss of unity. If I could wave a magic wand, I would change the outlook on people with differences. To embrace, rather than cancel. To love, rather than hate. It is … Continue reading Goodbye 2021! Hello, New Year, 2022!
Happy holidays! In 2021, I can look back and feel so much gratitude for the December holidays. The Christmas holiday is a day for our families to reconnect, share stories, break bread, and share gifts. Reflecting through the years, I can see how my perspective has changed and for the better. In many years, this … Continue reading A Sober Christmas Journey