Think Big, Act Big, Live Big In Addiction Recovery

Think Big, Act Big, Live Big In Addiction Recovery

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Think Big, Act Big, Live Big in Addiction Recovery

Think Big, Act Big, Live Big In Addiction Recovery by Patrick Meninga

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Contents:

  • Why a Balanced Lifestyle is a Huge Key to Happiness in Overcoming Addiction and Alcoholism 1
  • Key point: balance is NOT critical in very early recovery. 2
  • Balanced lifestyle meshes perfectly with the holistic approach to good health in recovery. 4
  • Maintaining balance helps to alleviate obsession, which can lead to unhappiness. 6
  • Striving for balance gives your life the variety you need to keep things interesting. 8
  • Achieving balance in recovery helps to protect you from the threat of relapse. 10
  • Having a balanced life gives you the ability to respond from a place of strength. 12
  • Attaining balance in recovery keeps exposing you to new concepts, so you are always learning. 14
  • Balance can help you to reduce stress by building in some down time to a hectic schedule. 17
  • Focusing on balance insures that you create discipline in your life. 19
  • The pursuit of a balanced lifestyle will help you to grow in many new directions. 21
  • Attention Recovering Drug Addicts and Alcoholics: Avoid Passive Living and Start Creating the Future You Really Want 22
  • Is passive living really a problem in recovery? 23
  • Key point: passive living is the default. Look around a bit 26
  • Recommendation: create a routine and use physical activity as a foundation 29
  • Active spirituality: seeking Godís will on a daily basis 32
  • Creating value for others builds self esteem 34
  • Passive living can lead to victim mentality 36
  • Challenging work can give purpose and build self esteem 39
  • Passive living creates dependencies, active creation leads to independence 42
  • Massive action Ė the opposite of passive living 44
  • How passive are you? 45
  • How to Take Massive Action in Your Life and Overcome Your Addiction 47
  • Why addiction demands massive action to overcome it 48
  • Willingness: how surrender turns into action 50
  • A popular misconception: that thinking can change things in recovery 51
  • Dipping your toes in: how little actions can snowball into big results in early recovery 53
  • Go big in early recovery or go home 54
  • Transitioning to long term recovery: turning action into habits 56
  • Why you need continuous action to stay sober over the long run 58
  • Improving health through lifestyle changes requires massive action 60
  • How massive action sets you up for long term success 61
  • Lack of action = relapse 63
  • About the Author 66
  • Get Help for Addiction Now 67
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