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Reverse addict 2 - Understanding co-dependence

Reverse addict 2 - Understanding co-dependence

April 3, 2019

Here is the second in the series about what is generally known as co-dependence. I call it 'reverse addiction' because so many things are reversed but similar to regular addiction. Hope you get a lot from this.

Pop that balloon!

Pop that balloon!

April 3, 2019

Here is a post regarding what to do when you are really feeling the pressure! Here is one of the best techniques for getting through that difficult moment.

Below is a you tube link for the same thing on video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYJZ0WpFBLA&t=242s

The reverse Addict - Understanding co-dependence - Episode 1

The reverse Addict - Understanding co-dependence - Episode 1

August 1, 2018

Are you suffering in your relationship and your relationship choices? Do you struggle to say no to people? Do you find youraself unable to get away from the most needy and draining people? Even at work? In this short series I want to offer some of the most important points when it comes to co-dependence or as I like to call it 'reverse addiction'.

Building Recovery - Stage Four First Floor - Session Three The challenge of authenticity

Building Recovery - Stage Four First Floor - Session Three The challenge of authenticity

June 17, 2017

In this final session we look at one of the biggest chalenges of building an authentic recovery, being authentic! In the past we had a lifestyle based on appearances, it is essential that our recovered self is authentic and is facing the challenges of authenticity in all our relationships. This session supports you in asking the right questions.

Building Recovery - Stage Four First Floor - Session Two What are the new challenges?

Building Recovery - Stage Four First Floor - Session Two What are the new challenges?

June 17, 2017

At this stage it is important that we develop a practice of keeping up with the new challenges that present themselves at every new level. This session invites you to ask yourself what they are for you. 

Building Recovery - Stage Four First Floor - Session One What are my aims?

Building Recovery - Stage Four First Floor - Session One What are my aims?

June 17, 2017

As we move into our future we need to be as clear as possible what our aims are. This serves a dual purpose as the advantage of clarity and the continual check that you are building something that is your vision, not someone elses idea of who you should be.

Stage Four  - First Floor - Introduction

Stage Four - First Floor - Introduction

June 17, 2017

Well here we are at the final stage. This short message sets up the last stage and what it will include.

The Alternative to Rehab Recovery Service

The Alternative to Rehab Recovery Service

June 6, 2017

Here is a short video introducing the A2R Recovery Service. It will give you a chance to see and hear the person you will be working with in your recovery treatment. Dave has been totally committed to this work for the past thirty years and has acheived phenomenal results using this approach which takes one person at a time and works with them every day.

Ring 07764996223 to discuss a treatment plan that is right for you. 

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Building Recovery - Stage Three Ground Floor - Session Five Which rooms am I neglecting?

Building Recovery - Stage Three Ground Floor - Session Five Which rooms am I neglecting?

June 6, 2017

This is the final session on this floor and it invites you to think about your plan and helps you to develop a method which includes checking in with your plan to make sure that you are still keeping to your design and proportions. Have soem of your rooms started to shrink? Are some getting too big?

Building Recovery - Stage Three Ground Floor - Session Four Looking out of the ground floor windows?

Building Recovery - Stage Three Ground Floor - Session Four Looking out of the ground floor windows?

June 6, 2017

Here is the fourth in this stage 'Ground floor'. This session invites you to think about how you see things from the perspective of 'normal living' and the challenges of developing this as part of your recovery. What do you see?