I never thought as a child that I wanted to grow up to be a sex addict. That wasn’t the course I was on. Life knocked me a few degrees here and there along my journey. Without course corrections, we
During the month of July we celebrate Independence Day in the United States. Amy shares her feelings on declaring her independence from addiction and how that has impacted her life. Celebrating the day you declare independence is just as important
We just finished our event in Seattle Washington and I wanted to share with you the three impact moments for me.
Continuing from Episode 95, Amy shares more about her spiritual healing process. Recovery is a healing process that requires dedicated effort and time. That healing has to happen physically, emotionally, and spiritually. The second principle of spiritual healing that Amy
When my nephew told me, “Adults are not to be trusted”, it broke my heart. I hurt for him and his current reality AND I hurt for the feeling of familiarity I felt when he said that. Trust is a
Healing happens on purpose. In this episode, Amy shares the year she became intentional about her recovery. It is easy to float along in recovery, trying different things, dipping our toes into many options and moving on before we see
So much of living in recovery is living in the in-between times: the time from where we were to where we want to be. Whether it’s the space between denial and awareness, the space between addiction and sobriety, the space
Continuing the journey through the 12 steps, Amy concludes the discussion of Step 9 with this episode: It Works When I Work It. The SAA Green Book guides us through a 5 step process in how we actually go about
So much of recovery is a healing process. Healing of mind, body, and spirit. The SA White Book tells us that healing has to come about in three areas of our lives – emotional healing, physical healing, and spiritual healing.
Are you tired of saying you’re sorry? Picking back up the series on the 12 steps of Recovery, Amy continues the discussion on Step 9: Made direct amends whenever possible, expect when to do so would injure them or others.