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What happens when the company you’ve kept for years becomes distant and begins to feel uncomfortable? Brené Brown’s new book Braving the Wilderness is about the consequences that come when we are true to ourselves – and why those consequences are worth the effort.
The truth pattern of recovery goes like this: First we have a Moment of Clarity. Then we have our Rock Bottom Years. Then we enter the Acceptance Phase. And finally Gratitude finds us.
Last time I hid my sobriety like I had hidden my drinking. Sobriety made me feel different and changed. And I did not want to be changed. I wanted everything to stay the same – especially my relationships.