In the conclusion of an interview with Staci Sprout, Amy discusses shame, therapy, recovered memory and Staci shares her final message to women in recovery everywhere. Links to Staci's book, website, and newsletter can be found at www.worthrecovery.com.
In part two of three, Amy interviews Staci Sprout, author of Naked In Public, her memoir of her sex addiction and recovery. Listen to Staci talk about the process of writing her book, her experience in recovery and her current work as a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist.
As we dive deep into Step 7, Amy analyzes the words of this step. What does it look like to live in humility? What exactly does the word Remove mean and how does it apply to my life in Step 7? As we begin to see ourselves rightly, next to our higher power, we become ready to ask for help as we work to remove our character defects.
In part one of three, Amy interviews Staci Sprout, author of Naked In Public, her memoir of her sex addiction and recovery. Listen to Staci talk about the process of writing her book, her experience in recovery and her current work as a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist.
In the conclusion of the discussion on Step 6, Amy provides two examples of how to work this step in our lives. Remember - it works when we work it! We can't just talk about our character defects being removed, we have to actually do something about it!
In the concluding episode of the series about Amy's 5 year anniversary in recovery, she discusses the 5 top things she has learned in these last 5 years. Listen to her discuss vocabulary, needs, boundaries, acceptance and living in the gray area. What lessons have you learned in recovery so far? Comment below or join us on Facebook!
Continuing with the series on Step 6 of the 12 Steps of Recovery, Amy discuses what it means to be entirely ready. Step 6 reads: Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character. In Episode 051, defects of character were discussed. Now, in episode 053, Amy discusses the willingness needed to be ready for God to remove these character defects.
In the second episode of this three part series, Amy reflects about her five years of recovery. With Dr. Aaron Glade, her first therapist in recovery, she reflects on some of the success and struggle moments in those first few years. They talk about what makes a good fit between a therapist and a client, and how you can judge whether your therapy relationship is working. Dr. Glade is available for therapy in the Bellevue, WA area. More information can be found here.