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Sometimes focussing on a specific aspect of our behaviour can allow us to reflect on our actions on a wider level.
I think phones are good example because they represent a socially acceptable addiction which involve us some some subtle, and powerful feelings.
Next time you feel the need to check you phone, first check your feels, what is here? Discomfort?
The behaviour can become so automatic, we might even not even be aware of the feelings that make us do it. Does it feel like hunger?
What happens when you don't give into an impulse, does it get stronger, or does it disappear?
Would you say you say the feeling has power over you?
If you can't control your actions then you have a choice to regain some freedom, not by controlling your feelings, but by giving yourself the space to not be controlled by them.
This means sitting with the discomfort, paying attention to it and finding the vulnerables feeling that co-exist with it. Once you can connect with the feelings and see that you don't have to take the action if you don't want to, your ability to choose increases, and perhaps the power of your impulse is weakened.
It's so subtle and powerful and fascinating. Its an enjoyable line of investigation for me because it makes me think of what other impulses exist in my life that I could free myself from..
Writing the next chapter in my life story! A chapter that is filled with gratitude, positivity, self love, happiness and strength! I’m owning my story.. not the poison that I used to drown myself in! Cx
I've been a bit quiet here lately, things have been so hectic. Uni and work are busy and I've been navigating and nurturing a new and important relationship ❤ I have never felt so grateful, even with the chaos around me. I never thought I would meet a man who loves me this way. He expresses his love openly and supports and encourages me like no one else. He will do yin yoga with me one day and the next we are sharing outrageously inappropriate jokes the next. We cannot get enough of each other and are like pieces of a puzzle that move mountains to be together. He knows the dark parts of myself and loves me more for them. I love him for all of these reasons but above all I love him for his gentleness in everything he does. So enough romantic disgusting notions 🙄 my point is that without sobriety I never would have found him. He simply would not have been able to love drunk me in the way I'm able to accept now. I would not have been able to accept this kind of love while I hated myself. There were blocks to be moved and work to be done before I was allowed to love and be loved fully. And I'm almost 2 and a half years into sobriety. Patience is what I'm preaching I suppose. Patience, doing the work, accepting yourself. And move the mental blocks that arent allowing the love in! And this includes any toxic relationships that you are keeping around to still the lonely feelings. Remove the negative to allow the positive in. Thanks for coming to my ted talk 🤷🏽♀️ love xx❤
Well I admit it. I officially have an addiction 😂. I’ve always had an addictive personality though. (Not good I know). But that’s why I got addicted to the gains 💪🏼. Besides, it could be worse right? May the 4th be with you 💯 yesterday night was so lit
I'm not really sure when I crossed the line. It was fun for a while. But when I drank to get out of my head, to numb the thoughts of not being good enough, of self doubt, of envy, hate, jealousy, and fear, it wasn't fun anymore. I became dependent on alcohol. I couldn't just stop at 1 drink, 1 turned to 8 and now I'm blacked out. I come to in my bed not knowing how I got home. Trying to peice together the night, the conversations...the what happened? Waking up with hangovers so bad that I couldn't get out of bed which lead me to depression and anxiety. I got tangled in obsession and addiction, alcohol had ahold of me.
I was in a really dark place, a place I never thought I'd ever see. I would pray to God to help me because living like this was hell and it was killing me, honestly. I would look in the mirror and wouldn't recognize the girl looking back at me. I lost my spark, my will to live. I wished I didn't have to drink, I wished I could be normal. I wished I wasn't me.
I was so broken, so sad, depressed, angry, lost hopeless I knew I had to do something or my days would be numbered.
I reached out for help and on 5/25/18 I was desperate enough to do anything than continue to live the way I was living.
In just a year my whole life has changed. I'm more positive, full of life, I'm spiritually fulfilled, my thoughts have changed dramatically. And I owe it all to AA. I'm a NEW PERSON. The willingness I have to want a better life for myself has kept me sober. Life has its ups and downs and I was so used to numbing feelings that I was never present to fully enjoy life for what it was. I've changed jobs, got dumped, got a new car, celebrated accomplishments all while sober and got to really experience life. I'm not perfect and my program isn't perfect but what I do perfect every day is I don't pick up a drink or a drug no matter what.
My sobriety date means the world to me because it just so happens that my friend Mike Samuels had passed away 8 years before because of addiction. RIP MIKE 🙏
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction please reach out to me. There's a solution.