03. Hitting Rock Bottom
Have you ever hit rock bottom? It’s never a nice spot, no one ever enjoys it. There’s a couple opportunities which we’ll get into later, but first we’ll talk about what it looks like. In the recovery space, in the mindset, we’ve all gotten to that spot on our own. If you’re not in the…
05. Having a supportive Community
Before my recovery, I never questioned what I liked about going out on Friday & Saturday nights (in the heat of my addiction). This association, or belief I had about myself is what was making decisions. It wasn’t actually me, it was this belief I had about who I was. As soon as I was able to appreciate (not just recognize) wholeheartedly I can choose to associate myself with something different, did my life change.
09. Comfort Zones
When I actually do approach that cliff we talked about, before the cliff arrives. How would I distinguish where the comfort zone ends and the panic zone begins if my anxiety is always through the roof, if my anxiousness is consistently high, and depression has me really low? If I never venture outside my comfort zone, I will never reach the growth zone, but I will reach the panic zone if I don’t do something to change.