RMA-Episode 72 Show Notes:
Are You Talkin’ to Me? Negative self-talk and a poor self-image are recurring issues for people in recovery. Thoughts are powerful, and they can shape a person’s life and impact the way they experience the world. This week, on a special Get Smart with Erin, the gang does a deep dive into the world of negative self-talk and discusses strategies to quiet that voice in your head that keeps whispering those pesky negative thoughts.
Plus, this week RMA, in association with Sober Linings Playbook, we bring you a new segment, The Big 3 with SLP, where Grant Boyken picks his top three stories of the month that relate to recovery and discusses why they are important. Tune in, turn on and bliss-out.
Plus, the week in review, Recovery in the News and the Week in Weird on a life affirming, critically though-out, mindfully positive episode of Recovery in the Middle Ages.
Recovery in the News:
Lawmakers want to strengthen access to non-religious substance abuse treatment services
The Week in Weird:
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