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When am I ready for a new healthier life and value myself more
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Hi
The recovery program helped me help myself recognize that my addictions and obsessions were not healthy.
When in action I was burying and suppressing my feelings and my emotions.
The recovery program helped me set up healthy boundaries.
The recovery program helped me understand that I was emotionally vulnerable long before my first bet or my  first drink.
The recovery program helped me understand my emotional triggers.
My emotional triggers were my pains my fears my frustrations my loneliness and my boredom.
Yet why my reluctance to admit to myself and other I was emotionally vulnerable.
Why my reluctance to ask for help.
Why my reluctance to use the telephone list.
Why my reluctance to exchange unhealthy habits in to healthy habits.
Why my reluctance to put more time and effort in to my recovery.
I am a non religious person.
Yet I embrace spiritual values.
Today I am a very selfish person.
The recovery program helped me understand that talking about money lost was not helping me.
The recovery program helped me understand that talking about being in action was not helping me.
The recovery program helped me understand that talking living in the past was not helping me.
The recovery program helped me understand that living in past stunted my growth today.
My anger told me that my hurt inner child was not healed.
My own resentments told me that my hurt inner child was not healed.
How much time and effort am I willing to put in to my recovery.
How much do I put in myself today.
When does the self abuse end and my recovery start.
Love and peace to every one.
Dave L
AKA Dave of Beckenham.
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