Tag: honesty

Addicted To The Escape

“Actually, I hated drinking; I loved the escape.” When this statement fell out of my mouth this weekend, I was just as shocked at its bluntness as I was taken aback by the veracity of the statement. The truth is I have hated alcohol from an early age. I remember mistakingly grabbing a grown-up’s drink

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We Tried Brutal, Now Let’s Try Compassionate Honesty

Your recovery is directly dependant on your honesty and to some degree your ability to be vulnerable while still communicating effectively. This, for many people and for any number of reasons can be especially scary. Although, I don’t have to fact check to tell you that being emotionally vulnerable won’t kill you. Sure, it’s uncomfortable

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