3 Steps to Effectively Identify and Overcome Self-Sabotaging Behaviors in Recovery

Do you know how to identify and overcome self-sabotaging behaviors in your recovery? 

It’s an important question to ask yourself. 

If the thought of falling victim to self-sabotage in your sobriety scares you, this blog post is for you because I’ll explain 3 easy steps to effectively eliminate self-sabotage from your sobriety.

The #1 Resource Your Sobriety Needs Right Now!

   Who’s holding you accountable for making progress? The reality is we don’t always have someone in our life who fills this role, someone who can be our cheerleader, inspire us to keep going and applaud us when we reach a milestone.

Loved ones, spouses, and friends are rarely impartial. In fact, they’re far too close to our situation to be neutral. Plus, if you’ve ever asked a friend to be your workout buddy or financial accountability partner, only to have them flake on your regular meetups, you know that a professional is really the only person who will be dedicated to your success over time.

Fear Blocks Your Recovery. Here’s How to Annihilate It!

   Fear can keep you from living a remarkable recovery.
As the founders of Oola say: “You are designed by God for greatness and a purpose.”

Did you know? There are only two innate fears that all human beings are born with: the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises. Every other fear is learned. And what can be learned can be unlearned.

Here’s the Secret Ingredient to a Serene Sobriety and Balanced Life

   Lots of People Have Achieved What You Want to Do

Have you ever thought to ask one of them to mentor you? It’s scary, I know. But the reality is that successful people love to share their wisdom with others who are enthusiastic about accomplishing the same thing.

Success leaves clues, and this is how you can get help to achieve your dreams!......

What You Really Should Know About Time Management and Your Sobriety Goals

   We All Have the Same Number of Hours in a Day

How do you spend your time? My advice is to focus on what you need to do versus what you want to do.

Scrolling through Pinterest, checking social media, mindlessly watching reruns of Friends on TV, or worse, watching disturbing news broadcasts or argumentative talk shows .... these are the time bandits that will steal your future.
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