You’re not Dysfunctional, You’re Just Normal

For article, “The 11 Lessons for Success in Addiction Recovery,” click on photo above. I write articles about wellness, leadership, parenting and personal growth. My hope is to deliver the best content I can to inspire, to inform and to entertain. Sign up for my blog if you want to receive the latest and best of … More You’re not Dysfunctional, You’re Just Normal

Recovery is Hard but Being a Stubborn Jackass is Optional

For article on how to avoid being a stubborn jackass in recovery, click on the photo above. I write articles about wellness, leadership, parenting and personal growth. My hope is to deliver the best content I can to inspire, to inform and to entertain. Sign up for my blog if you want to receive the latest … More Recovery is Hard but Being a Stubborn Jackass is Optional

How Not to be a Stubborn Jackass in Your Recovery

Recovery is hard but being a stubborn jackass is optional. ___ Warning: This post is hard stuff. Relationships are not part of your recovery, they are your recovery. Recently I wrote in my journal these powerful and inspiring words: Relationships are my recovery. The quality and depth of my relationships says a great deal about … More How Not to be a Stubborn Jackass in Your Recovery

Parenting and the Only 8 Words That You Really Need

I won’t lie, this post is just for fun. But it contains 8 very powerful words that can keep any conversation going. It works with teenagers and children, and most husbands. All that you have to do is just click on the photo above. I write articles about wellness, leadership, parenting and personal growth. My … More Parenting and the Only 8 Words That You Really Need

How to Change Your Relationships and Your Recovery With Just 20 Words

In 2017, improve your recovery and your relationships with these 20 words ___ Recovery is difficult. If all that you have to do is take care of your recovery, you have your hands full. But add in the complications that accompany most relationships, that is enough to drive you to… well, drive you to drive … More How to Change Your Relationships and Your Recovery With Just 20 Words