Your addiction has a dream for your life. So does your anxiety. And your depression. And also your memories… and yes, your shame has a vision for you too. • • • If you are reading this blog, you or someone you care about may live with one or more of these experiences: addiction or … More Anxiety or Addiction: Whatever Scares You is Your Friend
“Accomplishing goals when in the midst of mental illness is very different than when my mood’s stable for some time or you’ve never wrestled with psychiatric disorder period.” Victoria Maxwell For article, “Four Questions that will set Your Recovery Direction for 2018” click on photo. Photo by Jim Sher
“In between the birth and death dates, you’re going to find a dash. And that dash is your life. It matters not if your dash is only 9 weeks or 90 years. The question is the same either way. How are you filling your dash?” Ryan Hall For article, “Four Questions that will set Your Recovery … More How to Make Your Recovery a Part of a Much Bigger Life
For article, “Four Questions that will set Your Recovery Direction for 2018” click on photo. Photo by Jim Sher
I confess, I love my unproductive time. If fact, if I am busy, busy, busy… I am not only less productive but also unhappy. I crave unstructured time where my mind can wander. But sometimes it can feel excruciating and I want to escape with a little (mindless) surfing. It’s a bit of a love-hate … More How Doing Nothing On Purpose will Help Your Recovery and Mental Health… But at First It Will Drive You CRAZY!
It’s 2018. How’s the year going for you so far? Whether this year will be kind or a pain in your backside, you will not know until this time… next year. Sure, you cannot change 2017, but right now you can do something to improve your chances for a better year, a better you. A … More Four Questions that will Set Your (Recovery) Direction for 2018
When you only look for beautiful things, what are you missing?