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Very early in my recovery I came to understand and accept that my life had become completely unmanageable and it was falling apart because of my addictions. I saw – finally and clearly – that regardless of all the reasons or excuses for why I had ended up in that exact place, ultimately it was going to be up to me to take responsibility for myself if I wanted out of the pain.
More than just being beautiful pieces of jewelry, mala beads have traditionally been used for reciting mantras as part of a meditation practice.
My recovery from drug addiction started in 1987, but my recovery from workaholism began during a conversation in my doctor’s office just five years ago – in February, 2011.