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
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!
What Being Sober Has Meant to Me | Brené Brown — Read on brenebrown.com/articles/2019/05/31/what-being-sober-has-meant-to-me/
Addiction medicine, the study and treatment of addictive disease, has come of age by way of a long and winding road. — Read on journalofethics.ama-assn.org/article/evolution-addiction-medicine-medical-specialty/2011-12