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Is being emotional vulnerable mean you are weak
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(03-09-2019, 03:09 PM)Simmo Wrote: Thanks for putting this together Dave, I resonate with so many aspects, especially avoidance.  Without being in recovery, to be vulnerable, I felt very scared, however in recovery, being able to be vulnerable is paradoxically powerful.  

For me to be vulnerable now, it includes being self aware, knowing the problem and most importantly knowing that with help I can overcome or learn to manage ithe problem and move forward.  

I've learned to be vulnerable in my home meeting,  together WE help each other, so we can all be vulnerable, powerful and responsive is a balanced healthy fashion.

Just for today I will not gamble, one day at a time

Simmo

Hi

It took time to admit to myself that I was emotionally vulnerable.

In time I admitted to myself the lists of my fears.

As my fears reduced my trust grew.

For me to admit to myself I am vulnerable was a sign of my inner strength.

Communicating myself became easier.

Coming out of my emotional trauma I became more aware of myself.

Once we heal the pains of our past our pains become our strength today.

In my experience if a meetings opens up with a few healthy therapies that is the trend of the meeting.

As I get to know myself more I find meetings that fit my needs my wants and my goals.

As I heal I tend to interact in healthy ways with people rather than react in unhealthy ways.

I no longer have to dump on to other people in unhealthy ways. 

Only once I stop escaping and deviating in my fears, once I stop deviating procrastinating, I become more motivated in healthy ways. 

Just for today I will not gamble, one day at a time.

Just for today I will become healthier and healed in many more ways.

Love and peace to every one.

Dave L

AKA Dave of Beckenham
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RE: Is being emotional vulnerable mean you are weak - by gadaveuk - 11-09-2019, 11:14 AM

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