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Recovered Podcast

English, Health / Medicine, 1 seasons, 83 episodes, 3 days 12 hours 4 minutes
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This is the podcast where we use the 12 step program of recovery to solve the alcoholic addiction problem. This is the podcast where life is seen through a 12 step recovery lens. This is a podcast about men and women who have recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. We have discovered a solution, we have a way out. We have leaned how to live sober and happy. Join us on this journey called life.
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Step 10 - Recovered 1379

To skip the intro, tap 3:25   Step 10 in a recovery program holds immense importance as it emphasizes the practice of ongoing self-reflection and accountability. This step involves a daily inventory of one's thoughts, actions, and behaviors, along with a prompt acknowledgment of any shortcomings or mistakes. By regularly examining their attitudes and conduct, individuals in recovery cultivate a heightened sense of self-awareness and honesty, which are crucial for maintaining sobriety. Step 10 serves as a preventative measure against relapse by enabling individuals to promptly address any resentments, fears, or character defects that may arise, thus preventing them from festering and potentially leading to a return to destructive behaviors. Tonight, we talk about Step 10   This week,  Tony, Sam, Chance They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap <a href= "http://r
24/02/20241 hour 6 minutes 39 seconds
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Steps 8 & 9 - Recovered 1378

To skip the intro, tap 3:25   Steps 8 and 9 hold significant importance in the journey of recovery within Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Step 8 involves making a list of individuals harmed during one's active addiction and becoming willing to make amends to them. This step fosters accountability and self-reflection, encouraging individuals to confront the consequences of their actions and take responsibility for repairing the harm caused. By identifying those who have been affected by their behavior, individuals in recovery begin to understand the ripple effects of their actions and the importance of seeking reconciliation. Step 8 lays the groundwork for Step 9, which involves making direct amends to those harmed, except when doing so would cause further harm or injury. This step requires humility, courage, and a commitment to personal growth. By actively seeking to make things right with others, individuals in recovery not only address past wrongs but also cultivat
14/02/20241 hour 3 minutes 3 seconds
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Challenges - Recovered 1377

To skip the intro, tap 3:25   Dealing with challenges in recovery is paramount to achieving sustained sobriety and personal growth. One of the key aspects is the recognition that recovery is not a linear process; setbacks and challenges are inevitable. Facing these difficulties head-on provides individuals with an opportunity for introspection and self-discovery. Through the support of a community that understands the struggles of addiction, people in recovery learn to confront and navigate challenges with resilience. This process fosters emotional strength, self-awareness, and coping mechanisms crucial for maintaining long-term recovery. Tonight, we talk about Challenges in Recovery    This week,  Tonja, Bryan, Dana, Karen, Jean, Tony, Sam, Chris, Chance, Nicole, Falisha, Cristie, Breanne They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap <a
07/02/202454 minutes 24 seconds
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Steps 6 & 7 - Recovered 1376

To skip the intro, tap 3:25   Steps 6 and 7 are crucial stages in a recovery program, guiding individuals on their path to recovery. In Step 6, participants become willing to let go of their character defects—those negative traits or behaviors that hinder personal growth and well-being. This step calls for self-reflection and a genuine desire for change. It requires individuals to confront their shortcomings with honesty and openness, laying the groundwork for personal transformation. Recognizing the need for change and cultivating a willingness to let go of ingrained patterns are essential aspects of Step 6, setting the stage for the subsequent step. Tonight, we talk about steps 6 and 7.   This week,  Tonja, Bryan, Dana, Karen, Jean, Tony, Sam, Chris, Chance, Nicole, Falisha, Cristie, Breanne They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap <a hr
01/02/20241 hour 16 minutes 27 seconds
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Steps 4 and 5 - Recovered 1375

To skip the intro, tap 3:25   In the context of recovery, steps 4 and 5 play crucial roles in fostering personal growth, self-awareness, and lasting change. Step 4 involves making a fearless and searching moral inventory of oneself. This introspective process requires individuals to honestly examine their past behaviors, actions, and attitudes, acknowledging both strengths and shortcomings. By confronting the often challenging aspects of one's past, individuals can gain a deeper understanding of the root causes of their struggles, laying the foundation for meaningful transformation. This step is pivotal as it encourages accountability and self-reflection, enabling individuals to identify patterns of behavior that may have contributed to their challenges. Tonight, we talk about steps 4 and 5.   This week,  Tonja, Bryan, Dana, Karen, Jean, Tony, Sam, Chris, Chance, Nicole, Falisha, Cristie, Breanne They made t
24/01/20241 hour 1 minute 8 seconds
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Popsicle Sticks - Recovered 1374

To skip the intro, tap 3:25   Popsicle Sticks is not a topic but rather a meeting style here in Southeast Michigan.  This show will be presented in the form of a popsicle stick meeting tonight.   A popsicle stick meeting is a meeting where we let our higher power determine what we need to share.  Here in our virtual studio, we have a can full of popsicle sticks.  Each stick has a recovery topic written on it.  We will take turns, randomly picking a stick and then sharing on the chosen topic. Tonight, we do popsicle sticks   This week,  Becky, Kim, Joel, Martin, Shelly, Amanda, Christy, Jim, Schez, Vicki They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   This episode is sponsored by  Kurt, Brian, Gigi
11/01/202456 minutes 53 seconds
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Step 3 - Recovered 1373

To skip the intro, tap 3:25   Step 3 marks a critical juncture in the recovery journey, urging individuals to take a decisive step towards surrendering their will and lives to a higher power. This step acknowledges the limitations of self-reliance in the face of addiction and emphasizes the need for a spiritual awakening. It encourages individuals to let go of the illusion of control, recognizing that their personal willpower alone has been insufficient in managing the complexities of alcoholism. By making a conscious decision to turn their lives over to a higher power, individuals embark on a path of humility, acknowledging the need for guidance beyond their own understanding. Tonight, we talk about Step 3   This week,  Jenny, Jinifer, Rebekah, Bryan, Dana, Tonja, Karen, Jean, Tony They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap <a href= "http://recoveredcast
04/01/20241 hour 24 minutes 23 seconds
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Step 2 - Recovered 1372

To skip the intro, tap 3:25   Step 2 holds profound significance as it marks a pivotal shift in perspective and sets the foundation for the transformative journey toward sobriety. Acknowledging a power greater than oneself is crucial as it encourages humility and openness to the idea that recovery requires a force beyond personal willpower. This step emphasizes the importance of surrendering to the reality that overcoming addiction is not a solitary endeavor but a collaborative effort that involves reliance on a higher power, which may take various forms depending on individual beliefs. Tonight, we talk about Step 2   This week,  Sam, Chance, Chris, Falisha, Cristie, Nicole, Joel, Martin, Kim, Becky, Amanda, Shelly, Christy, Jim, Schez, Vicki They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/pa
22/12/202357 minutes 49 seconds
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Adell S - Recovered 1371

Adell S. from Sedona, AZ speaking at the Banff Roundup in Banff, Alberta, Canada - March 8th 2015 This week,    They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   This episode is sponsored by    They used the donation button found on our website at Episode Sponsor   Visit our website http://recoveredcast.com
17/12/20231 hour 6 minutes 17 seconds
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Continued Growth - Recovered 1370

To skip the intro, tap 3:25   Continued growth is significant in a recovery program as it fosters the ongoing transformation necessary for sustained sobriety and a fulfilling life. Recovery is not merely about abstaining from substances; it is a holistic process of self-discovery and personal development. Embracing the culture of continuous growth allows individuals to address the root causes of their ongoing shortcomings. Through applying the 12-step principles, individuals in recovery learn to confront challenges with resilience and develop coping skills that go beyond the immediate goal of abstaining, extending into building a purposeful and meaningful life in sobriety. Tonight, we talk about Continued Growth.   This week,  Jenny, Jinifer, Rebekah, Bryan, Dana, Tonja, Karen They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap <a href= "http://recoveredcast.com/partner"
13/12/20231 hour 30 minutes 39 seconds
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Coping Strategies - Recovered 1368

To skip the intro, tap 3:25 Developing effective coping strategies is crucial for individuals in recovery as it provides them with the tools necessary to navigate the challenges of sobriety. Recovery is a lifelong journey that involves triggers and stressors that can lead to relapse. Coping strategies empower individuals to confront and manage these triggers without resorting to substance abuse. By identifying and implementing mindfulness practices, stress reduction techniques, and support from peers or sponsors, those in recovery can build resilience and better cope with the ups and downs of life. Tonight, we talk about Developing Coping Strategies    This week,  Jenny, Jinifer, Rebekah, Bryan, Dana, Tonja, Karen They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   <span styl
12/12/20231 hour 16 seconds
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Bob D - Recovered 1368

Bob D. from Las Vegas, NV speaking at the Paramount Speaker Group in Paramount CA - April 28th 2002
10/12/202356 minutes 42 seconds
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Bud M. - Recovered 1366

Bud M. from Huntington, CA speaking at the Paramount Speaker Group in Paramount CA - May 2nd 1999 This week,    They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   This episode is sponsored by    They used the donation button found on our website at Episode Sponsor   Visit our website  
03/12/202348 minutes 46 seconds
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The Promises - Recovered 1366

To skip the intro, tap 3:25   "Alcoholics Anonymous," commonly referred to as the Big Book, is a seminal text that outlines the principles and promises of the 12-step recovery program for individuals grappling with alcoholism. The promises encapsulated within its pages serve as a beacon of hope for those seeking recovery. These assurances go beyond mere abstinence from alcohol and extend to a profound transformation of the individual's life. The book promises a spiritual awakening, a fundamental shift in perspective that enables individuals to find a higher purpose and meaning in life. It emphasizes the possibility of a life free from the shackles of alcohol dependency, where individuals can experience a newfound sense of freedom, happiness, and peace. Through the collective wisdom and shared experiences of those who have walked the path of recovery, the promises articulated in the book provide a roadmap for individuals to rebuild their lives and relationships.<
29/11/202359 minutes 13 seconds
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Billy S - Recovered 1364

Billy S. from Las Vegas, NV speaking at the 15th Annual Tri State Roundup in Laughlin, NV - May 20th-23rd 1999 This week,    They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   This episode is sponsored by    They used the donation button found on our website at Episode Sponsor   Visit our website http://recoveredcast.com
26/11/20231 hour 2 minutes 5 seconds
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Step 2 - Recovered 1365

To skip the intro, tap 3:25   Step 2 holds profound significance as it invites individuals to embark on a journey of hope and faith. This step encourages individuals to believe in a power greater than themselves and to recognize that their efforts alone may not be sufficient to overcome the challenges of addiction. The importance of Step 2 lies in its ability to provide a sense of solace and assurance, especially in moments of doubt and despair. It opens the door to the possibility of healing by fostering a connection with a higher power, however, one chooses to define it, and in doing so, it lays the groundwork for a spiritual awakening. Tonight, we talk about Step 2.   This week,  Tony, Sam, Chris, Chance, Jean They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   <span
23/11/20231 hour 3 minutes 54 seconds
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Bill C. - Recovered 1363

Bill C. from Ventura, CA sharing his story at the Stateline Retreat in Las Vegas, NV - December 8th 2022   This week,    They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   This episode is sponsored by    They used the donation button found on our website at Episode Sponsor   Visit our website http://recoveredcast.com
19/11/202351 minutes 54 seconds
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Personal Responsibility - Recovered 1363

Taking personal responsibility is a cornerstone for success in recovery programs. It's a principle that places the individual in the driver's seat of their recovery journey, emphasizing their accountability for their actions and choices. By acknowledging their role in their addiction and taking responsibility for it, individuals gain a sense of empowerment. This empowerment allows them to break free from the victim mentality often associated with addiction. This recognition of personal responsibility is a critical step in dismantling the denial that can perpetuate the cycle of addiction. This week,  Joel, Martin They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   This episode is sponsored by  Teresa, Audrey, Kurt They used the donati
15/11/20231 hour 13 minutes 18 seconds
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Step 1 - Recovered 1361

Step 1 holds profound significance for individuals battling drug and alcohol addiction. It is often considered the foundation upon which the entire recovery journey is built. Step 1 suggests that individuals admit their powerlessness over their addiction and acknowledge the unmanageability of their lives. This admission can be incredibly humbling and difficult, as it requires individuals to confront the stark reality of their condition. However, it is precisely this recognition of powerlessness that sets the stage for genuine transformation. By admitting the problem, individuals can let go of the denial that has often shielded them from the truth and open the door to seeking help and support. Tonight, we talk about Step 1 This week,  Becky, Kim, Shelly, Amanda, Christy, Jim, Schez, Vicki They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more informati
11/11/20231 hour 4 minutes 30 seconds
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Larry T. - Recovered 1360

Larry T. from Bellflower, CA speaking Woodstock West in Los Angeles, CA - May 9th 2014 This week,  Tony, Chris, Chance, Sam, Nicole, Falisha, Cristie, Joel They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   This episode is sponsored by  McQ, Helen, Brian, Teresa, Audrey They used the donation button found on our website at Episode Sponsor   Visit our website http://recoveredcast.com
05/11/20231 hour 43 seconds
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Ebby T. - Recovered 1359

Ebby T. from Dallas, TX speaking at the San Jose conference - March 4th 1961 This week,  Tony, Chris, Chance, Sam, Nicole, Falisha, Cristie, Joel They made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   This episode is sponsored by  McQ, Helen, Brian, Teresa, Audrey They used the donation button found on our website at Episode Sponsor   Visit our website http://recoveredcast.com
31/10/202333 minutes 51 seconds
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The Doctor's Opinion - Recovered 1357

"The Doctor's Opinion" chapter in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous is a pivotal section that plays a foundational role in the recovery process for individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. Written by Dr. William D. Silkworth, a renowned physician who specialized in the treatment of alcoholism in the early 20th century, this chapter offers a medical perspective on the nature of alcoholism and addiction. Dr. Silkworth describes alcoholism as an illness that is progressive, chronic, and potentially fatal, emphasizing the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of the disease. His compassionate and empathetic approach to understanding addiction not only helped destigmatize the condition but also paved the way for the acceptance of the disease model of addiction in the medical and recovery communities. The Doctor's Opinion lends credibility to the idea that addiction is a medical condition, not simply a moral failing, which is an essential paradigm shift for those seeki
29/10/202347 minutes 37 seconds
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Aaron S. - Recovered 1358

Description:    Aaron S. from San Francisco, CA speaking at the Pine Lake speakers meeting in Issaquah, WA - January 13th 2018
22/10/202356 minutes
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The Role of the Big Book in Recovery - Recovered 1356

3:25 To skip the intro   The "Big Book" holds a central and revered role within 12-Step recovery groups. Formally titled "Alcoholics Anonymous," this book serves as the foundational text of the 12-Step program and offers a guide for individuals seeking recovery from alcoholism and addiction. Written primarily by Bill Wilson, the Big Book outlines the principles and steps necessary for achieving and maintaining sobriety. It includes personal stories of alcoholics who have successfully overcome their addiction, providing hope and inspiration to those in the early stages of recovery. The Big Book serves as a tool for education, self-examination, and spiritual growth, guiding members on a path toward personal transformation. Tonight, we talk about the Role of the Big Book in Recovery   This week,  Tony, Chris, Chance, Sam, Nicole, Falisha, Cristie, Joel They made their Sustaining
20/10/202358 minutes 10 seconds
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Being LGBTQIA+ in Recovery (Repaired) - Recovered 1354

Being LGBTQIA+ in a 12-step program for drug and alcohol addiction can present unique challenges that require sensitivity and understanding. One of the main obstacles is the potential lack of inclusivity and representation within the program. Many LGBTQIA+ individuals may struggle to find relatable stories or experiences that mirror their own, which can lead to feelings of isolation and disconnection. It is crucial for the program to create a safe and supportive environment where LGBTQIA+ members can openly share their experiences without fear of judgment or discrimination. Tonight, we talk about being LGBTQIA+ in Recovery.   This week,  Martin, Becky, Kim, Shelly, Jim, Schez, Vicki, Penny Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   This episode is sponsored by 
13/10/20231 hour 11 minutes 55 seconds
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Being LGBTQIA+ in Recovery - Recovered 1354

Being LGBTQIA+ in a 12-step program for drug and alcohol addiction can present unique challenges that require sensitivity and understanding. One of the main obstacles is the potential lack of inclusivity and representation within the program. Many LGBTQIA+ individuals may struggle to find relatable stories or experiences that mirror their own, which can lead to feelings of isolation and disconnection. It is crucial for the program to create a safe and supportive environment where LGBTQIA+ members can openly share their experiences without fear of judgment or discrimination. Tonight, we talk about being LGBTQIA+ in Recovery.   This week,  Martin, Becky, Kim, Shelly, Jim, Schez, Vicki, Penny Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. For more information, tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner   This episode is sponsored by 
11/10/20231 hour 11 minutes 54 seconds
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Being Judgmental - Recovered 1353

Click 3:25 To skip the intro and the call for donations Being judgmental in a 12-step recovery program is generally discouraged and often considered counterproductive to the principles of healing and personal growth. These programs emphasize the importance of fostering an environment of acceptance, empathy, and support. Passing judgment on oneself or others can hinder progress and perpetuate feelings of shame, guilt, and isolation, all of which are counterproductive to the recovery process. In a 12-step program, participants are encouraged to move away from judgment and instead practice self-compassion and empathy towards their peers, understanding that everyone in the group is battling their own demons and working towards the common goal of sobriety and personal transformation. Tonight, we talk about being judgmental in a recovery program.   This week,  Joel, Martin, Kim, Becky, Shelly, Amanda, Christy, Jim,
07/10/202358 minutes 40 seconds
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The Role of the Fellowship - Recovered 1355

The fellowship plays a pivotal role in the context of a 12-step community dedicated to supporting individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. At its core, the fellowship provides a safe, non-judgmental, and empathetic space where members can openly share their experiences, fears, and hopes. This sharing of personal stories creates a sense of unity and identification among the participants. It helps them realize they are not alone in their battle, which is a powerful antidote to the isolation often felt by those suffering from substance abuse. The fellowship acts as a support system that offers understanding, compassion, and encouragement to its members, fostering a sense of belonging and connection that can be instrumental in the recovery process. Tonight, we talk about the Role of the Fellowship in Recovery http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Jenny, Rebekah, Jinifer,
28/09/20231 hour 8 minutes 39 seconds
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Finding Joy and Happiness in Recovery - 1351

Finding joy and happiness within a 12-step recovery program is a transformative journey that goes beyond mere sobriety. The process involves uncovering a newfound sense of purpose, connection, and personal growth. One key aspect is the cultivation of gratitude. In recovery, individuals learn to appreciate even the smallest positive aspects of life, shifting their focus from what they've lost to what they've gained. This shift in perspective fosters a sense of contentment and joy in the present moment, making room for a deeper appreciation of life's simple pleasures. Tonight, we talk about finding joy and happiness in recovery. ttp://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Shchez, Jim, Penny, Rebekah, Jinifer Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. Tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner <p
06/09/20231 hour 13 minutes 58 seconds
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Coping with Grief and Loss - Recovered 1349

Coping with grief and loss while in recovery can be an immensely challenging journey, as individuals find themselves navigating the complex emotions of bereavement without resorting to their former substances of choice. In this delicate balance between managing sobriety and processing profound sorrow, seeking a robust support system is paramount. Engaging with therapy, support groups, and counseling specific to both grief and addiction along with attendance at recovery meetings can provide an outlet for expression and healing. These platforms offer a safe space to share feelings of loss, reminisce about happier times, and learn healthy coping mechanisms that do not involve substances. Equipping oneself with these tools enables those in recovery to honor their emotions authentically while fortifying their commitment to sobriety. Tonight, we talk about Coping with Grief and Loss. http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip
30/08/202358 minutes 4 seconds
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Building a New Identity in Recovery - Recovered 1347

Recovery from drugs and alcohol involves much more than just abstaining from substance use; it's a transformative journey that requires individuals to rebuild their sense of self and create a new identity. Substance abuse often becomes intertwined with a person's identity, affecting their behaviors, relationships, and even their self-perception. Thus, developing a new identity in recovery is crucial for achieving lasting sobriety and personal growth. Tonight, we talk about Building a New Identity in Recovery. http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Karen, Kendy, Nathan, Tony, Dana, Bryan, Tonja, Jean Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. Tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner for more information This episo
24/08/20231 hour 1 minute 48 seconds
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The Role of Spirituality in Sobriety

Spirituality plays a significant and multifaceted role in the journey toward sobriety, offering individuals a profound source of strength, purpose, and healing. In the context of addiction recovery, spirituality often extends beyond religious affiliations, encompassing a broader sense of connection to something larger than oneself. Many individuals in recovery find solace in the idea of a higher power or a transcendent force that guides them toward a healthier life. This spiritual connection can provide a sense of hope and meaning, motivating individuals to persevere through overcoming addiction. Tonight, we talk about the Role of Spirituality in Sobriety http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Chance, Sam, Chris, Cristie, Falisha, Nicole, Audrey, Joel, Martin, Teresa, Kim, Becky, Amanda, Shelly, Christy, Jim Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. Tap <span style="fon
16/08/20231 hour 3 minutes 13 seconds
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Staying Accountable - Recovered 1343

Staying accountable in a recovery program is an important aspect of achieving and maintaining sobriety. Accountability involves taking responsibility for one's actions, behaviors, and progress in the recovery journey. It starts with being honest with oneself and others about the challenges faced, the mistakes made, and the victories achieved. Regular attendance at meetings and actively participating in discussions further foster a sense of accountability by encouraging individuals to share their experiences, struggles, and successes with others who can relate to their journey. This open and transparent communication builds a supportive network where peers can offer encouragement and gentle nudges toward positive change, all while holding each other accountable to the principles of the program. Tonight, we talk about staying accountable in recovery http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week, <br
02/08/20232 hours 9 minutes 46 seconds
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Service Work and Giving Back - Recovered 1341

Service work and giving back play a crucial role in the recovery process from drug and alcohol addiction. Engaging in service work allows individuals to shift their focus from themselves to helping others, fostering a sense of purpose, connection, and fulfillment. By giving back, individuals in recovery develop a sense of responsibility and accountability, recognizing the impact of their actions on the broader community. This shift from self-centeredness to selflessness is a transformative experience that aids in personal growth and strengthens one's commitment to long-term sobriety. Tonight, we talk about service work and giving back. http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Rebekah, Jinifer, Bryan, Dana, Tonja, Kendy, Karen, Tony, Sam, Chris, Chance Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. Tap
25/07/202351 minutes 55 seconds
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Hope and Optimism - Recovered 1339

Hope and optimism in a recovery program not only benefit you on a personal level but also strengthen the overall recovery community. When you share stories of hope and demonstrate optimism, you inspire others struggling with addiction. The power of hope is contagious, igniting a sense of belief and determination in those who may have lost sight of their own potential. Additionally, a positive and hopeful atmosphere within the recovery community fosters support, encouragement, and a sense of belonging, all of which are crucial for long-term recovery success. Tonight, we talk about Finding Hope and Optimism http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Joel, Martin, Teresa, Becky, Kim, Shelly, Amanda, Kurt, Peter, Gigi, Teresaty, Jim, Schez, Jim, Vicki, Audrey, Cristie, Falisha, Nicole Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. Tap http://recoveredcas
23/07/20231 hour 7 minutes 33 seconds
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A New Pair of Glasses Chuck C Part 6 - Recovered 1340

Chuck C. from Laguna Beach, CA doing his workshop "A New Pair of Glasses" at the Pala Mesa Retreat - January 1975 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
22/07/202343 minutes 13 seconds
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A New Pair of Glasses Chuck C Part 5 - Recovered 1338

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15/07/20231 hour 19 minutes 57 seconds
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A New Pair of Glasses Chuck C Part 4 - Recovered 1337

Chuck C. from Laguna Beach, CA doing his workshop "A New Pair of Glasses" at the Pala Mesa Retreat - January 1975 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
12/07/20231 hour 19 minutes 57 seconds
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A New Pair of Glasses Chuck C Part 3 - Recovered 1336

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08/07/20231 hour 19 minutes 58 seconds
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A New Pair of Glasses Chuck C Part 2 - Recovered 1335

Chuck C. from Laguna Beach, CA doing his workshop "A New Pair of Glasses" at the Pala Mesa Retreat - January 1975 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
05/07/20231 hour 19 minutes 57 seconds
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A New Pair of Glasses Chuck C Part 1 - Recovered 1334

Chuck C. from Laguna Beach, CA doing his workshop "A New Pair of Glasses" at the Pala Mesa Retreat - January 1975 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
01/07/20231 hour 19 minutes 57 seconds
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Disappointments and Failures - Recovered 1333

Dealing with disappointments and failures while in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction can be disheartening, but it's important to approach them as opportunities for growth and self-reflection. First and foremost, it is crucial to practice self-compassion and avoid self-blame. Recovery is a challenging process, and setbacks are a natural part of it. Instead of dwelling on the disappointment or failure, it can be helpful to focus on what can be learned from the experience. Reflecting on the triggers, circumstances, or choices that led to the disappointment can provide valuable insights into areas that need further attention and development in the recovery journey. Tonight, we talk about dealing with disappointments and failures http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Penny, Jenny, Jinifer, Rebekah, Bryan, Dana, Tonja, Karen, Kendy, Jean Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. Tap
28/06/202356 minutes 41 seconds
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Building Healthy Relationships - Recovered 1332

Building healthy relationships is a fundamental aspect of any 12-step program's success. Firstly, one of the key principles is honesty, and this forms the foundation for establishing healthy relationships. People in recovery are encouraged to be transparent about their struggles, experiences, and emotions, creating an environment of trust and understanding. Through sharing personal stories, individuals develop empathy and compassion for one another, fostering a sense of belonging and connection. Tonight, we talk about Building Healthy Relationships http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Sean, Tony, Chris, Sam, Chance, Falisha, Nicole, Cristie, Joel, Martin Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. Tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner for more informatio
21/06/20231 hour 5 minutes 58 seconds
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Meaning and Purpose - Recovered 1331

Finding meaning and purpose in life is a vital aspect of the recovery journey from drug and alcohol addiction. Substance abuse often leaves individuals feeling lost, disconnected, and devoid of purpose. However, in recovery, rediscovering a sense of meaning can be a transformative and empowering experience. When individuals identify and pursue their passions, values, and goals, it provides a strong foundation for lasting sobriety. Tonight, we talk about Finding Meaning and Purpose in Recovery http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Jim, Teresa, Becky, Kim, Amanda, Shelly, Christy Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. Tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner for more information This episode is sponsored by <b
07/06/20231 hour 3 minutes 36 seconds
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Fears and Anxieties - Recovered 1330

Addressing fears and anxieties is a significant aspect of the recovery process. The first step is to acknowledge and accept these emotions as a natural part of the healing journey. In the supportive environment of a 12-step program, individuals can find solace in knowing that they are not alone in their struggles. Sharing fears and anxieties with trusted peers and sponsors can alleviate the burden and provide validation, as others can relate to similar experiences. Tonight, we talk about fears and anxieties ttp://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Jim, Vicki, Jenny Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. Tap http://recoveredcast.com/partner for more information This episode is sponsored by  Gigi<
31/05/202353 minutes 1 second
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Spirituality - Recovered 1328

Spirituality plays a pivotal role in the journey of recovery from drug and alcohol addiction within a 12-step program. It offers you a profound sense of purpose, connection, and guidance as you navigate the challenges of overcoming addiction. One of the fundamental principles of many 12-step programs is the recognition of a higher power or a spiritual force. This acknowledgment allows you to surrender your egos, embrace humility, and seek support beyond your own limited abilities. By developing a spiritual foundation, you can find solace, hope, and strength in times of struggle, knowing that you are not alone in your journey. Tonight, we talk about the importance of spirituality. http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Rebekah, Jinifer, Bryan, Dana, Tonja, Karen, Michael, Sean, Tony, Chance, Chris, Sam, Cristie, Falisha, Jim Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. Tap
24/05/20231 hour 6 minutes 51 seconds
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Living a Sober Lifestyle

Creating a healthy sober lifestyle while engaged in a recovery program is a transformative journey that requires commitment, self-reflection, and a willingness to embrace change. One of the first steps is to acknowledge the importance of self-care. This involves adopting healthy habits such as regular exercise, balanced nutrition, and sufficient sleep. Engaging in physical activities not only promotes overall well-being but also helps in managing stress and boosting mood. Additionally, developing a support system is crucial. Active participation in 12-step meetings allows individuals to connect with like-minded individuals who understand the challenges of addiction recovery. Building strong relationships within the program provides a network of support, accountability, and encouragement during difficult times. Tonight, we talk about creating a healthy sober lifestyle. http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro<
16/05/202355 minutes 41 seconds
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Larry S. & Christian P. Part 9 of 9 - Recovered 1329

Larry S. from Atlanta, GA and Christian P. from Atlanta, GA doing a Big Book study in McKenzie Bridge, OR - March 6th-8th 2009 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
14/05/202355 minutes 39 seconds
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Humility - Recovered 1324

Humility is a critical characteristic for those recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. Addiction is a condition that can make an individual feel invincible as if they can handle anything on their own. However, the journey to recovery requires people to recognize that they cannot do it alone and that they need the support of others. Humility allows an individual to acknowledge that they have a problem and that they need help. It opens the door for them to seek out and accept the guidance of their support network. By embracing humility, they can also begin to accept responsibility for their actions and work towards making amends to those they may have hurt while under the influence. Tonight, we talk about humility. http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week,  Joel, Martin, Todd, Teresa, Kim, Becky, Amanda, Shelly, Jim, Chisty Made their Sustaining Partner Donations. Tap <span st
09/05/202350 minutes
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Dealing With A Sponsee Who Has Relapsed - Recovered 1322

When a sponsee relapses, it can be a difficult and disheartening experience for both the sponsee and their sponsor. However, it is important for sponsors to remember that relapse is a common occurrence in recovery, and it does not mean that the sponsee has failed. As a sponsor, there are several steps you can take to support your sponsee through their relapse and help them get back on track. Some suggest providing non-judgmental support and encouraging your sponsee to be honest about their relapse. They say it is important to create a safe and supportive space for your sponsee to share their struggles and emotions without fear of judgment or shame. Once they have shared their experience, it is important to help them identify what led to the relapse and work together to create a plan to prevent it from happening again in the future. Tonight we talk about dealing with a sponsee who has relapsed. http://recoveredcast.com</
03/05/20231 hour 6 minutes 5 seconds
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Larry S. & Christian P. Part 7 of 9 - Recovered 1325

Larry S. from Atlanta, GA and Christian P. from Atlanta, GA doing a Big Book study in McKenzie Bridge, OR - March 6th-8th 2009 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
30/04/20231 hour 14 minutes 50 seconds
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Making Amends and Forgiveness - Recovered 1320

Making amends and forgiveness of self and others are critical components of the recovery process from drug and alcohol addiction. Addiction often leads to harm and damage to relationships, and the process of making amends can help to repair broken connections with loved ones. When you acknowledge the harm they have caused and make a genuine effort to make things right, it can go a long way toward rebuilding trust and fostering healing. This process of making amends can also help you to let go of any lingering guilt or shame they may feel, which can be a significant trigger for relapse. Forgiveness is also an essential aspect of the recovery process. Many people who struggle with addiction carry a lot of shame and self-blame, and forgiveness can help to alleviate those negative feelings. By forgiving yourself, you can learn to let go of past mistakes and focus on the present moment, which can be crucial in maintaining sobriety. Additionally, forgiving others who may hav
27/04/202345 minutes 51 seconds
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Self Care - Recovered 1318

Self-care is crucial in a 12-step recovery program as it enables individuals to take responsibility for their well-being and maintain their physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Addiction is a chronic and often debilitating condition that can take a toll on your mental and physical health. Practicing self-care helps you to manage stress, improve your mood, and reduce the risk of relapse. The 12-step program emphasizes the importance of self-care as an essential part of the recovery journey. Self-care includes activities such as exercising, eating well, getting enough rest, and engaging in hobbies and other enjoyable activities.  These activities can help individuals to reduce stress, increase self-esteem, and improve their overall health and well-being. Self-care also involves setting healthy boundaries, learning to say no, and taking time for oneself to recharge and relax. These practices are especially important for you who may have neglected your own needs in th
23/04/20231 hour 11 minutes 39 seconds
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Gratitude - Recovered 1316

Gratitude is an essential aspect of a 12-step recovery program from drug and alcohol addiction. One of the main reasons why gratitude is so important is that it helps individuals in recovery shift their focus away from their problems and toward the positive aspects of their lives. By adopting an attitude of gratitude, individuals in recovery can appreciate the small things in life and find joy in the present moment, rather than dwelling on past mistakes or worrying about the future. This mindset can help to reduce stress and anxiety and promote a more positive outlook on life, which is crucial for maintaining long-term sobriety. Another reason why gratitude is important in a 12-step recovery program is that it helps individuals to cultivate humility and a sense of perspective. Addiction is often accompanied by a sense of self-centeredness, where the individual is focused solely on their own needs and desires. However, by practicing gratitude, individuals in recovery can begin
21/04/20231 hour 9 minutes
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Larry S. & Christian P. Part 5 of 9 - Recovered 1321

Larry S. from Atlanta, GA and Christian P. from Atlanta, GA doing a Big Book study in McKenzie Bridge, OR - March 6th-8th 2009 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
16/04/20231 hour 14 minutes 40 seconds
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Larry S. & Christian P. Part 3 of 9 - Recovered 1317

Larry S. from Atlanta, GA and Christian P. from Atlanta, GA doing a Big Book study in McKenzie Bridge, OR - March 6th-8th 2009 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
02/04/20231 hour 14 minutes 46 seconds
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Larry S. & Christian P. Part 1 of 9 - Recovered 1314

Larry S. from Atlanta, GA and Christian P. from Atlanta, GA doing a Big Book study in McKenzie Bridge, OR - March 6th-8th 2009 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
19/03/20231 hour 15 minutes
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Cravings and Triggers - Recovered 1313

Cravings and triggers can be major obstacles for those struggling with addiction. These intense desires to use substances or engage in addictive behaviors can be overwhelming and challenging to resist. Overcoming cravings and triggers is crucial for those in recovery, as giving in to these impulses can lead to relapse. One effective way to overcome these cravings and triggers is by using a higher power. By relinquishing control and trusting in a higher power, you in recovery can find strength and support to resist the urge to use. The 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a program designed to help you overcome addiction and live a sober life. The steps are based on a spiritual approach, which encourages you to connect with a higher power and seek guidance and support. The 12 steps provide a framework for personal growth and healing and offer a pathway to recovery that has been successful for many of us. Tonight, we talk about the Cravings and Triggers. <a hr
16/03/20231 hour 12 minutes 15 seconds
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The Importance of Honesty - Recovered 1311

Honesty is a crucial aspect of any 12-step recovery program, it is essential, to be honest about one's feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Many people with addiction struggle with denial, which can prevent them from acknowledging the extent of their problem. By being honest, individuals in recovery can begin to confront the reality of their addiction and take the necessary steps to overcome it. Another reason why honesty is important in a 12-step recovery program is because it helps build trust and accountability. Recovery requires a strong support network, and that network relies on trust and honesty. When individuals are honest about their struggles and progress, they can build stronger relationships with others in recovery. Honesty also holds individuals accountable for their actions and helps them stay on track with their recovery goals. Tonight, we talk about the Importance of Honesty http://recoveredcast.com 3:
09/03/20231 hour 58 seconds
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John A. Part 5 of 5 - Recovered 1312

John A. from Dallas, TX speaking on steps 10, 11 and 12 at the Glasshouse Group in Fort Worth, TX - August 29th 2002 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation  
03/03/20231 hour 8 minutes 1 second
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John A. Part 4 of 5 - Recovered 1310

John A. from Dallas, TX speaking on steps 10, 11 and 12 at the Glasshouse Group in Fort Worth, TX - August 29th 2002 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
24/02/202351 minutes 46 seconds
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John A. Part 3 of 5 - Recovered 1309

John A. from Dallas, TX speaking on steps 10, 11 and 12 at the Glasshouse Group in Fort Worth, TX - August 29th 2002 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
22/02/20231 hour 1 minute 48 seconds
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John A. Part 2 of 5 - Recovered 1308

John A. from Dallas, TX speaking on steps 10, 11 and 12 at the Glasshouse Group in Fort Worth, TX - August 29th 2002 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
19/02/202357 minutes
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Staying Motivated - Recovered 1307

Staying motivated in recovery is crucial for long-term sobriety. 12-step recovery programs offer a structured approach to overcoming addiction, but they also require a significant commitment and dedication from individuals in order to be effective. Without motivation, individuals may struggle to stay on track and achieve their goals of sustained sobriety.   Maintaining motivation in recovery helps individuals to stay focused on their goals and resist the temptation to use drugs or alcohol. It allows them to continue to make progress toward their ultimate goal of living a healthier, happier life free from addiction. Additionally, staying motivated helps individuals to remain engaged with their support network, attend meetings and therapy sessions, and actively participate in their recovery program. Tonight, we talk about Staying Motivated <a href= "http://recoveredcast.com/worry
17/02/20231 hour 12 minutes 19 seconds
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John A. Part 1 of 5 - Recovered 1306

John A. from Dallas, TX speaking on steps 10, 11 and 12 at the Glasshouse Group in Fort Worth, TX - August 29th 2002 Premium Membership Information http://recoveredcast.com/premium Sustaining Partner Information http://recoveredcast.com/partners Episode Partner Donation http://recoveredcast.com/donation
12/02/20231 hour 3 minutes 55 seconds
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Trust - Recovered 1305

Anyone who has battled a substance use disorder would have to admit that it took a significant toll on their relationships. While in the throes of active addiction, all energy is focused on meeting the demands of the substance. This, unfortunately, leads to actions and words that cause harm to loved ones. Over the course of the substance use period, loved ones stop believing anything you told them. Trust was fractured. Now that you are in recovery, attention is directed toward restoring those relationships and mending the broken trust. In fact, the process of making amends to loved ones in recovery is an essential step in the restoration of trust. Tonight, we talk about Trust http://recoveredcast.com/worry http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week, Jennifer, Rebekah, Bryan, Dana, Kim, Tonja, Kendy
02/02/20231 hour 10 minutes 2 seconds
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Forgiveness - Recovered 1304

Forgiveness is a major part of recovery because as long as you remain angry at the people who have hurt you, you’re inflicting new suffering on yourself. Anger isn’t good for you. Anger and resentment can keep you feeling like a victim. It’s giving someone who has hurt you in the past the power to keep hurting you. It’s important to remember that forgiving others isn’t something you do for them but rather something you do for yourself. Tonight, we talk about Forgiveness http://recoveredcast.com/worry http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week, Jennifer, Rebekah, Bryan, Dana, Kim, Tonja, Kendy, Karen, Sean, Tony Made their Sustaining Partner Donations http://recoveredcast.com/partner <span style="font
30/01/20231 hour 4 minutes 45 seconds
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Envy - Recovered 1302

Several faiths and philosophical teachings have put forth writings that note the harm that can be caused by envy. It is seen as an emotion that results in misery. Aristotle refers to Envy as “the pain caused by the good fortune of others.” One of the first things we have to do to overcome our envy is to begin letting go of our resentments. We must look at the people we envy and try to view them through a lens constructed of kindness, compassion, empathy, and possibly even friendship. Tonight, we talk about Envy. Gigi’s book, 50 Ways to a Fear Less Now, our affiliate link http://recoveredcast.com/worry http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week, Chris, Sam, Nicole, Falisha, Cristie Made their Sustaining Partner Donations <span style="font-w
17/01/202346 minutes 59 seconds
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Dealing With Conflict - Recovered 1299

Every human has to deal with conflict. This is unavoidable, as people have competing needs and desires. This means that it will be wise for people to learn how to cope with conflict as well as learn how to avoid it. Sometimes, avoiding this type of interaction can be negative, because it means the individual is refusing to face their problems. Dealing with conflict is an important skill for people in recovery to learn. Tonight, we talk about Dealing with Conflict. Gigi’s book, 50 Ways to a Fear Less Now, our affiliate link http://recoveredcast.com/worry http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week, Martin, Todd, Teresa, Kim, Becky, Amanda, Shelly, D&E, Christy Made their Sustaining Partner Donations <a href= "http://
11/01/20231 hour 2 minutes 8 seconds
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HALT - Recovered 1297

Many relapse prevention tools have been created to help people trying to maintain sobriety. The Acronym H.A.L.T. is helpful for identifying potential relapse triggers. In recovery, you are encouraged to stop—or H.A.L.T.—and pay attention to the smaller, everyday triggers that can lead to risky behaviors and potential relapse. The acronym stands for Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired Tonight, we talk about HALT. Gigi’s book, 50 Ways to a Fear Less Now, our affiliate link http://recoveredcast.com/worry http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week, Jim, Vicki, Niki, Penny, Jenny, Rebekah, Bryan, Dana, Tonja, Kim, Kendy, Karen, Sean, Tony, Chris, Sam, Nicole, Cristie, Falisha, Todd Made their Sustaining Partner Donations <a hr
07/01/20231 hour 6 minutes 38 seconds
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Progress Not Perfection - Recovered 1294

When people in recovery talk about progress not perfection it does not mean that people should not be trying to be the best they can be. The point is that perfection is too high a goal and that people should aim for something slightly less ambitious. If the individual makes an honest attempt at overcoming their character flaws they will be moving closer to perfection, but it is not likely that they will ever fully complete this journey. Humans are fallible, and the only important thing is that they try their best. By setting the more realistic goal of progress rather than perfection the individual is far more likely to achieve their aim. Tonight, we talk about Progress Not Perfection. Gigi’s book, 50 Ways to a Fear Less Now, our affiliate link http://recoveredcast.com/worry http://recoveredcast.com
25/12/202254 minutes 16 seconds
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Setting Boundaries - Recovered 1292

Having healthy boundaries is essential to being a person in recovery who enjoys healthy relationships. If you struggle with the concept of boundaries, you are not alone. When most people enter recovery, they tend to lack a solid understanding of what boundaries are and why they are valuable. No matter what your personal situation may be; it is important to understand that identifying, developing, establishing, and protecting your boundaries is vital to your recovery. Tonight, we talk about Setting Boundaries. Gigi’s book, 50 Ways to a Fear Less Now, our affiliate link http://recoveredcast.com/worry http://recoveredcast.com 3:25 To skip the intro This week, Audrey, Joel, Martin, Teresa, Lorien Made their Sustaining Partner Donations <span style="font-weig
15/12/20221 hour 6 minutes 17 seconds
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Gigi Open Talk - Recovered 1044

These are the types of episodes published each weekend for Premium Subscribers.  If you would like these and the other 1000 episodes available in our back catalog, please consider becoming a Premium Member. The show would not be online without Premium Members Premium Membership  Premium members are the main reason why Recovered Podcast is still online.  If you want to help us continue to help the new guy, watch the video in its entirety and learn how to become Premium. If you want Recovered Podcast to come to you so you can share your story with us, please reach out to [email protected] and let me know.  We would love to come to your roundup, your conference, your event, your open talk....whatever, we want to carry your message to the person who still suffers. Our generous Recovered Podcast Community allows us to be self supporting and not rely on outside cont
16/11/20191 hour 35 minutes 43 seconds
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Interview with Ted from Rochester - Recovered 965

Today, Recovered on the Road is in Clarkston Michigan which is a suburb just north of Detroit. The reason we are in Clarkston tonight is because of our very special guest Ted. If you want Recovered Podcast to come to you so you can share your story with us, please reach out to [email protected] and let me know.  We would love to come to your roundup, your conference, your event, your open talk....whatever, we want to carry your message to the person who still suffers. Our generous Recovered Podcast Community allows us to be self supporting and not rely on outside contributions.  If you would like to join us, there are two ways. Episode Sponsorship  We will recognize you by first name only at the top, mid, and end of the episode.  Any amount will qualify. Premium Membership  This
22/12/20181 hour 3 minutes 40 seconds
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Interview with Kurt S. - Recovered 707

Introduction Kurt…. I had the privilege to meet you relatively recently I think I first met you you at Gregg and chrissy’s house last year You are Russ’ sponsor, right? Since then, the three of us have tried to get together on a monthly basis and I use you guys as a sort of steering committee for this show. For this I am grateful for your wisdom and insight. Let’s start where we always start. Kurt, what is your sobriety date? Who is your sponsor? Where is your homegroup?   Call us at 1-734-288-7510 or tap Speakpipe Join the Chat Room, Tap Live stream and Chat Room email at [email protected] Subscribe to Premium Get daily recovery messages Daily AA Emails.  
04/06/20161 hour 12 minutes 22 seconds
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Premium Mark S. Open Talk TC Roundup 2014

Call 1-734-288-7510 and give us feedback. emai [email protected] This Open Talk is exclusively for our Premium Subscibers only.  Thanks for the support!  When you upgrade to Premium, your contribution will help keep us on the web.    Sober Life Mouthwash Website  Promo Code PODCAST for 20% Discount The Big Book The 12 and 12 24 Hours a Day
04/11/201456 minutes 35 seconds
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Anna S. Open Talk at TC Roundup 2014

Call us at 1-734-288-7510 email at [email protected] Sober Life Mouthwash Website  Promo Code PODCAST for 20% Discount The Big Book The 12 and 12 24 Hours a Day Anna S. gives her experience, strength, and hope at the Traverse City Fall Roundup on October 31, 2014.  This is Anna's first public share on what it used to be like, what happened, and what it's like now.
03/11/201447 minutes 20 seconds
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Hour 2 of 12 Hour Podcast

This is the second hour of the 12 Hour Podcast.  Mark gives his open talk he gave for his Home Group's 3rd Year Anniversary.  You still have time to make a donation to Dawn Farm in the name of my larte son, Andreww. Go to http://recoveredcast.blogspot.com/p/12-hour-podcast.html  
11/06/201347 minutes 13 seconds