Daily Reflection: In recovery, we learn to take responsibility for our actions and make amends for the harm we have caused. But sometimes, we also need to forgive ourselves for our mistakes. Today, I will practice self-forgiveness and … [Read more...] about March 13 AA Daily Reflection: Choose Responsibility but Accept Forgiveness
No, you do not need to be a Christian or subscribe to any particular religion to join Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). AA is a spiritual, non-religious organization that welcomes individuals from all faiths or no faith. While AA does reference … [Read more...] about Do I need to be a Christian to join AA?
Alcohol addiction can be a difficult habit to break and is often accompanied by a myriad of complex issues. However, there are many lessons that can be learned from Buddhism in dealing with this condition. In essence, the Buddhist tradition … [Read more...] about What Buddhism Can Teach Us About Overcoming Alcohol Addiction?
Daily Reflection: One of the most challenging aspects of addiction recovery is learning to live in the present moment. As alcoholics and addicts, we spent so much time dwelling on our past mistakes or worrying about the future that we … [Read more...] about March 12 AA Daily Reflection: Living in the Present Moment
We all want to feel connected, but when it comes down to it, most of us can admit that we're addicted to something - whether it's our phones, the internet, or even overworking ourselves. What if our addictions can actually be a sign that we … [Read more...] about Overcoming Addiction Through Authentic Connection: Relationships To Heal Our Alcoholism
Alcoholism is a chronic disease that affects millions of people worldwide. While the journey to sobriety can be challenging, having a dedicated 1-1 sobriety coach can make all the difference in helping individuals overcome their … [Read more...] about 5 Tips for Finding the Right Addiction Recovery Coaching Online