In many ways, active addiction and conscious recovery are dysfunctional and functional means to the same end. The biggest difference . . .
Today’s quotation speaks directly to the importance of honoring the connection between our physical and emotional bodies. One consequence of active addiction. . .
Deep down inside there is a version of ourselves that does not require the mechanics of addiction to thrive. Our addictions, in fact, are. . .
One of the biggest differences between life before and after recovery is that breaking free from the bonds of active addiction allows us to more easily. . .
It is oft suggested that the motivation to change is born through the experience of emotional discomfort and pain. And although it is possible . . .
Recovering from addictive patterns does not require a miracle. Although addictions represent very rigid emotional and biological patterns, and although. . .