Quit Yelling, I Can't See Myself: Navigating Worldly Clamors in Recovery
Those of us in recovery understand the yelling that comes from the voices of our active addiction, our self-centered egos and the worldly clamors that attempt to drown out our recovery practices.
On this week's episode of Take 12 Recovery Radio, Monty Dale Meyer and his guests dive into the distractions that can easily pull us away from our recovery program. From the voices of our active addiction to the self-centered egos that sometimes stand in our way, and the worldly clamors that attempt to drown out our recovery practices, it can be challenging to stay plugged into a healthy recovery program.
The team explores strategies for navigating these distractions and staying on track, including the benefits of completing one task before starting another, the importance of self-care in recovery, and the role of principles in staying focused on what's truly important. They also dive into the dangers of multitasking on productivity and brain health, and the challenges of finding moments of serenity in a busy world.
Finally, they explore the impact of checking email and social media first thing in the morning, and how it can impact our ability to stay focused and present throughout the day. As always, Monty and his guests offer practical tips and insights for anyone looking to stay on track in their own recovery journey. Listen to the full episode now here on alcoholfree.com.