Tag: Self-help

Break Free of the Staus Quo

I can’t say enough about the inspiration coming from Tama Kieves. She’s not a leader in the recovery movement (her partner is in long-term recovery, however) but she IS a leader in the movement of being who we truly are and all we can be. And the journey she is describing here applies so beautifully and

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Selling the Possibility of Loving Life Sober

Drinking alcohol has been sold to most of us as the elixir of life since we were young children. I remember as a child listening to the grownups downstairs having a GREAT NOISY TIME while I went reluctantly up to bed.

Now Thrive

It happened on a Wednesday morning. I was driving back to the office after a successful breakfast meeting. The windows on my car were down, the music was on, and there was nothing but blue sky and sunshine above me. Then, without warning, I felt it. It started in my chest and quickly engulfed my

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“I survived because the fire within me burned brighter than the fire around me.” It really started for me last summer. I was reading a book called “The Miracle Morning.” TMM is all about starting your day with certain exercises (mental and physical) that will shape your day and, by extension, change your habits and

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Decide. Survive. Then Thrive.

I’ve had moments of temptation, uncertainty, and doubt these past 200 days. But those moments are outweighed exponentially by the moments of peace, clarity, and JOY I’ve had. I wish everyone could feel the same things I have. But, that’s the beauty, you CAN feel those things.
If you truly want them.