Do I Have to Work on my Recovery, Today?

By marilynldavis

The success of your recovery depends on maintaining vigilance or awareness. You’ve worked hard to give up drugs and alcohol; that’s the getting into recovery. If we don’t work on our recovery every day, we run the risk of becoming complacent, and that’s a dangerous place to be. Are you safe-guarding your recovery today with routines?

Recovery and the Moon Both Have Phases

By marilynldavis

  By: Marilyn L. Davis       Phases of Recovery and the Moon      “When I look over my past, I see that the stages in my life are like the phases of the moon. I’ve had periods where I was the waxing gibbous: fat with wealth and success. There have been other…

KEPT and SWEPT

By marilynldavis

  By Whitney McKendree Moore   “Mature adults gravitate toward new values and understandings, not just rehashing and blind acceptance of past patterns and previous learning. This is an ongoing process and maturity demands lifelong learners.” ― David W. Earle LPC- Love is Not Enough     As I celebrate my third decade in recovery, I…

Thursday Truths: David G.

By marilynldavis

Treating David’s addiction as a primary diagnosis was not the way forward for him. Stopping the use was relatively easy compared to finding the underlying issue on why he did what he did.