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Addiction is awful and scary. It is isolating, discouraging, and sometimes debilitating. It leaves individual lives and sometimes whole families in its destructive wake.
Even the word, addiction, feels sticky in my mouth. And yet, not really understanding all the forces at work, we keep acting out. We resort to our addiction time and time again, needing an escape, needing something or someone to make it, whatever IT is, go away… if only for a few minutes.
I know because I'm a sex addict and I lived decades of my life acting out.
And for the last 7 years I've been living a total different life - a life of Recovery.
Recovery is possible. Changing your story is possible.
Let's work one-on-one to develop the tools and awareness you need to move your recovery forward. I'd love to have an exploration call and see if coaching is the right fit for you!Learn More
The Worth Circle is an online private Facebook group that allows you to strengthen your network of support and engage in deeper levels of recovery.Learn More
Level up your sponsorship skills. There is such a need for great female sponsors out there! New classes starting in June! Get on the list to be the first to sign up!Learn More
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Alice Taylor is the author of “Restored: A Women’s Guide to Overcoming Pornography”, a book full of amazing, practical tools to help you in your recovery. She generously agreed to…