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
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
In episode 80, I asked the question, are you All In when it comes to recovery? In episode 81 we discussed some of the distractors that prevent us from being all in. After a long few weeks and a thorough
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 –
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.
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
Step 7: It Works When I Work It In the continuation of the discussion about the 12 steps of recovery, and the conclusion of the discussion on Step 7, Amy offers three methods for working this step in our lives.
Episode 064: Engaged In The Struggle: Maureen Part 2 Engaged In The Struggle: Maureen Part 2 During the Worth Recovery event, “Engaged In The Struggle”, in Seattle, Washington, Amy sat with Maureen as they discussed their recovery journeys. Staying engaged
Step 5: It Works When I Work It! In the continuation of the deep dive into the 12 steps of recovery, Amy concludes her discussion on Step 5 with “It Works When I Work It!” In this episode, Amy provides
5 Years In Recovery, Part 2 In the second episode of this three part series, Amy reflects about her five years of recovery. With Dr. Aaron Glade, her first therapist in recovery, she reflects on some of the success and