When we grow up in dysfunctional systems, we learn to protect ourselves. One of those survival mechanisms is keeping ourselves small, invisible, unknown. At the same time, we often develop a hyper vigilance to those around us and feel like
Our world is not linear. Yet, many times we think that is how it “should” be. We work through something, trauma, addiction, relationships, mother issues, or whatever it is, we feel some resolution around it, and we think that is
Episode 117: What Courage do you need TODAY? Description: Using a recent entry from her journal, Amy discusses daily courage. How do we find the daily courage needed to face the overwhelm we sometimes feel? How do we practically find
Episode 116: The Courage to Commit Committing to recovery takes courage. Especially in those early days when you aren’t quite able to stay sober or when every step you take feels like the wrong one. Commitment is needed when you’ve
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.
Picking back up with our series of women’s stories, Sally courageous shares her complete written first step inventory. We feel honored here at Worth Recovery that she would share so much and be so vulnerable with us. Every time I
Finding motivation and inspiration to stay in recovery is important. Those sources change as our recovery journey changes. Lately, as I’ve been working through grief and watching my mother slowing deteriorate, new motivation and inspiration has come from an unexpected
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.