In this episode Amy celebrates her sobriety anniversary of 5 YEARS SOBER! She shares the three big principles that helped her get this far and why milestones are important to recognize.
In this episode, Amy shares some personal news and discusses how our experiences can help to broaden our view and drive us to connect with others. Sometimes, we instead, choose to pull away and isolate from others when things happen.
After listening (really watching) two friends have a heated argument on Facebook, I started to really pay attention to my usage of the word “but”. I soon became aware of the problems this word was causing in my life. As
Recently, as I’ve tried to acknowledge my own reality, I’ve been surprised by the variety of responses I’ve received. Whether it’s friends, family, people in recovery, people out of recovery, as I’ve acknowledged the reality around me, I’ve been told
All In: Episode Notes In this episode I share with you a recent revelation I have had about my life. I’m holding back. I’m not ALL IN! Of course, this isn’t the case in all areas of my life –
Help Wanted, Part 1 As we continue to get healthier and upgrade our lives in recovery, it is essential that we upgrade our relationships along with it. Otherwise, we get stuck. While Amy helped moved her friend across the country,
4 Years Sober: My Spiritual Awakening To celebrate her 4 year sobriety anniversary, Amy shares her own Spiritual Awakening. Knowing that addiction is an “illness that only a spiritual experience will conquer”, Amy shares some of the major spiritual experiences
Bonus Episode: The Cycle of Relationships While driving to spend some time with her family, Amy shares the cycle and evolution of relationships in her recovery.
Stop Objectifying Me! Part Three In the conclusion of the series on Objectification, Amy discusses two questions: How am I objectifying myself? and what boundaries do I need to set in objectification by others? Staci Sprout Article: How to Deal
Step 8: Forgiveness Concluding the discussion on step 8, Amy shares one of the most influential experiences she has heard about forgiveness. Using the experience of Corrie ten Boom related in her book “The Hiding Place”, Amy shares why forgiveness