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Conscious Language

This blog post was written by guest blogger Michael Yeager BA. LCDC, C.Ht, LMT, SAP.  He is also a holistic health care professional therapist helping people empower themselves by resolving their life challenges in addiction, trauma and grief. He also provides consultation to hospital and non-hospital based treatment programs and provides public speaking seminars. He offers 46 […]

Alcohol Anonymous – Step 7

This blog post was written by guest blogger, April Wright, MA, MFTI is a registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern supervised by Kathryn Tull, M.A., MFC44809.   She holds an active and current registration with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences pre-license 69624.  She is a member of CAMFT – a professional network designed to educate, […]

Step 7 : Humbly Asked to Remove Our Shortcomings

This blog post was written by Recovery Help Now’s, Cindy Weathers, MFTi. The key ingredient in working the Seventh Step is humility.  Humility is the understanding that you’re worthwhile.  It’s the middle ground between extremes of grandiosity and toxic shame.  It’s being your true self.  Humility is remembering that you are as humble as we […]

Step Seven… Humility is the Key

This blog post was written by Recovery Help Now’s, Amy Margolis, MSW, MFTi. Step Seven… Humbly asked him to remove our shortcomings. Step Seven is the shortest step in words and one of the least discussed steps at meetings. However, I see it as the most powerful step of the twelve. This is because when taken […]

7th Step is About Letting Go

The 6th Step is all about identifying your character challenges.  Character challenges are behaviors unique to you that get in the way of being your best self. Some examples might be jealousy, anxiety, isolation, assuming, selfishness, blaming others and etc.  After identifying these challenges, the 7th Step focuses on releasing these behaviors.  You may have […]

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