Alumni Perspective: No Recovering Addict is an Island

Alumni Perspective: No Recovering Addict is an Island

by Tim (Sullivan) “And then my obsession to drink was lifted.” I’ve been in program for a couple of years now and have heard this said on a number of occasions by different people. I don’t question anyone who says it, but I do know that it hasn’t happened to me, at...

Video: How to ask for help, and why it’s awesome

[su_youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8vddFrO6WI”]   In this episode we’re going to talk about something that’s hard for all of us to do: it can be so hard to ask for help. How do you do it, and why should you? We all need help...

Alumni Perspective: A Mugful of Humility

by Dale H. (Walker 1995) I knew I was in the right place when I heard another alcoholic share that he had both a superiority complex and an inferiority complex. That described how I’d felt all my life! Smarter than other people, but defective in some way. Always...

Why Humility is Important for Recovery from Addiction

by Patrick Meninga Humility is important for a successful recovery. Many of us nod our heads and say “yes, of course it is,” but deep down do we really believe it? Almost any recovering addict or alcoholic runs the risk of overconfidence after they get...

Video: Humility or Arrogance?

What does humility sound like? What does arrogance sound like? This short clip examines the difference. You can watch the full 48-minute video here....