March was the first month we started reaching out to others in the Spanish Fork SAL group via email and text, asking questions, and then posting responses and experiences on this site.
I got a few comments, a few responses, and, overall, I felt it was helpful.
Questions I have for the group:
- How often should we post a new discussion?
- Once a week
- Every few days
- Every other week
- What’s the best way to communicate with the group?
- Start via email, then on site
- Start via text, then on site
- Just via email
- Just via text
- Are there topics or questions that you’d like to discuss?
Leave comments below with your answers to these questions.
Here’s a quick summary of the discussion topics we had in March.
- March 1: What books about addiction recovery do you recommend?
- March 6: What are the best articles you’ve read about sexual addiction recovery?
- March 8: How can I deal with negative emotions in a positive way?
- March 9: Working the 12 Steps of recovery
- March 10: Why Service in Addiction Recovery?
- March 16: What Do I Need to Surrender Today?
- March 17: Top Takeaways from UCAP Conference 2016
- March 21: What does it take to recover from sexual addiction?
- March 23: How is your life right now in this very moment?
- March 28: Discussion – How to Help Teens with Pornography Addiction
- March 29: The Real Recovery Relationship
What I’ve learned this month, or even today, is that it’s ok not to know everything. It’s ok to have questions. In fact, it’s probably better to NOT think I know everything because I don’t and I never will.
Asking questions is the way to come to know the things that are most important.
I hope that, if this ongoing group discussion continues, that more questions will come, more comments will come, and that we can all be lifted together and live in recovery one day at a time.