Posts Tagged ‘Mental Illness

15
Jan
18

Confessions of a Codependent

Codependency is a type of dysfunctional helping relationship where one person supports or enables another person’s addiction, poor mental health, immaturity, irresponsibility, or underachievement. Among the core characteristics of codependency, the most common theme is an excessive reliance on other people for approval and a sense of identity. (Wikipedia)
Join us as we welcome Heather G. as she shares a bit of her story as a codependent who has been learning allot about herself, her recovery and her boundaries as she prepares to reconnect with her brother who has in the past been an active drug addict.
Also, new evidence that long term marijuana use can cause serious health issues. Play Take 12 Trivia and enjoy a codependent love song by Scott Kalechstein www.scottsongs.com

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12
Jan
18

God Rejoices Over Us

God is a good Father. God values us. Even when we are unable to call for help, God searches for us. When we are found, it brings God great joy.

11
Jan
18

Joy and Gratitude

Sometimes we try and force gratitude on ourselves. Sometimes other people try to force it on us. But it cannot be coerced. It will not come from pretending.

09
Jan
18

From Grief to Joy

Joy cannot be rushed But God is prepared to be with us through the whole process. God comforts us in the transition from grief to Joy. Are you longing for Joy today? It will come and may actually surprise you once it arrives.

08
Jan
18

Higher Power Specific

Our 12 Step fellowships are filled with unique and wonderful members.  Some are Christian, some Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Agnostic, and still others have no Higher Power whatsoever.  How specific should we be when it comes to mentioning the name of our Higher Power in the rooms of our 12 Step fellowships?  Is it ever appropriate to do so? Has God become a generic term?
Closing Song: Amazing Grace by Heather Layne. www.HeatherLayne.com

05
Jan
18

Resistance to Joy

It is a risk to make room for joy in our lives. Joy requires that we be open to the possibility of experiencing conflicting emotions. If we wait to experience joy until our anger, grief and self-condemnation are completely gone, then we will wait a long time.

01
Jan
18

Recovery in 2018 with Ryan H. He Came Back From the Dead

New Years Day Show: RECOVERY IN 2018 with special guest RYAN H. Ryan will be sharing his experience, strength & hope as he has completed his 12 month in-house recovery program. Hear his story of how he died and came back. We will also look at 5 of last year’s dumbest criminals, play Take 12 Trivia and more.
Closing Song: Standing in two Worlds by Mark Elder




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