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How to Manage Emotions

Emotions Will Come Up Every single one of my clients talks to me about the emotions that begin to roll in after they quit drinking. For so long, their frustrations, their stress, their sadness, and anger were being numbed by alcohol. After a hard day of work, they pop...

Focusing on the Journey During Dry January

Plan Your Journey As we come to the end of another year, some of us are already thinking about New Year's resolutions, or what I prefer to call Purposeful Intentions. How can we eat healthier? What gym membership should I sign up for? How can I better organize my...

The Power of Intention

Purposeful Intention If there's anything I learned in the last year, it's that setting an intention is extremely powerful. I was introduced to the concept of intention setting by listening to some powerful meditations in my daily practice. At first, I was only setting...

A Manual For Sobriety

There's a reason there are manuals that come with the stuff we buy. While we think we have a good idea how to use the InstantPot we ordered, or how to put together this seemingly simple table from Ikea, the instruction manuals almost always provide additional...

Self-Help Books in Recovery

Self-Help Books I've been a avid self-help book junkie for years. I think the first self-help'ish book I read was in my second year of college by Pema Chodron called "When Things Fall Apart." I remember I was sitting in this little park in this tiny college town in...

How to Meditate Deeply

How to Meditate Deeply For many of us, meditation is a way to re-center, relax, and connect to our spiritual realm. It is a sacred time that we are giving to ourselves and it should be treated as a private and protected practice. I have read a lot of articles and...

Breathing Techniques to Bring Calmness

Breathing Techniques to Bring Calmness

Breathing Techniques to Bring Calmness I was laying on the couch watching "Your Honor" on Prime. If you haven't seen this, it's really good. It's a story about a teenage boy and his father (Bryan Cranston) who is a prominent judge. The boy gets caught up in a tragic...

How to Get Sober (Part 1)

Introduction We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same. - Carlos Castenada If you've reached the point where you realize you can't afford to continue down the road of drinking alcohol, then undoubtedly you've...

Mocktails to Inspire You

Delicious Mocktail Recipes For those of you that are looking to 'fit in' during tailgating events, office parties, or just want something fun while whipping up dinner, I've got some really good mocktail recipes you can make at home and take with you! Apple Cranberry...

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How Wine Stole My Dreams

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