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12-step recovery for those of us who love alcoholics or addicts. We share our experience, strength, and hope as we use the principles of the Al-Anon program in our lives. We talk openly and honestly about the problems and challenges as we face alcoholism and addiction in our friends and relatives. We share the tools and solutions we have found that let us live a life that is serene, happy, and free, even when the alcoholic or addict is still drinking or using.
 
The eating disorder recovery podcast adored millions of times is back with a twist! Get ready for continuous inspiration for your recovery as we expand The Recovery Warrior Show to a collection of podcasts on ALL things recovery. With a unique lineup of shows like Recover Strong, Follow Your Bliss, and Equipped to Recover, your recovery is covered from every angle. We bring you experts and everyday warriors who know what it takes to recover from restrictive behaviors common in anorexia and c ...
 
Recovering from a brain injury can feel very lonely, but The NeuroNerds Podcast is here to help through our love of all things nerd and pop culture! Each Tuesday, join Joe Borges and his co-host Lauren Manzano as they share stories from their personal recovery journeys. They offer tips for coping and thriving post-brain injury. Some episodes feature interviews with fellow survivors and experts. While many episodes explore varying nerd topics from comic book movies to video games that all rel ...
 
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The only promise in the 12 steps is contained in Step 12. It promises that if we work these steps, that we will have a spiritual awakening. Then it asks us to then carry the message, and practice the principles of recovery in all our affairs. Step 12 is really composed of 3 parts. Let's... The post Step 12 – 392 appeared first on The Recovery Show.…
 
When you embrace THIS mindset, anything is possible. Today, we are talking about how to cultivate a warrior mindset to be successful in recovery. When you have a warrior mindset, anything is possible, and everything is figureoutable. This episode is the final installment of a series of past lessons that we pulled out of our educational vault to sha…
 
If you've ever wondered if you're too late, "too old", or too far gone for recovery - this one's for you. Today we have a conversation with an inspiring warrior named Lisette Hoschek. She lived with an eating disorder for decades until she began recovery in her 40s. Lisette is living proof that it's never too late to recover, and hope always prevai…
 
Are you being lied to? The eating disorder voice can be sneaky and deceptive. It feeds you lies that keep you trapped. An important part of the recovery process is learning to separate your eating disorder voice from your authentic voice. This means ruthlessly questioning your beliefs about yourself, about food, and about your worth being attached …
 
All of our emotions are welcomed visitors that deserve to be greeted, as opposed to being treated like foreign enemies that we slam the door on. This is a show for the big feelers. Today's lesson is about intense feelings and how to handle them. Emotions are something we ALL feel - for better or for worse, and they can be particularly intense in ea…
 
Perfectionism is a trait that is SO common in people experiencing food and body struggles. Sometimes it can be a beneficial thing, but often it becomes destructive and debilitating. So how do you know the difference? Today we have a conversation on perfectionism with Dr. Colleen Reichmann. She's a clinical psychologist and the founder of Wildflower…
 
It can be hard to accept your body as it changes. You don’t just magically wake up one day thinking "I love my body!" However, there ARE some things that can help the process along. Team Recovery Warriors returns to discuss weight gain. Listen as Jessica, Madeline, Minaya, and Andrea share five ways they used to cope with weight gain and work towar…
 
It happened again. You told yourself you would be "good", stick to your diet, and avoid those "bad" foods. But then, hunger takes over and you indulge. Cue the food guilt. How do you break this pattern of guilt around food? It comes up so often when living with an eating disorder and during the recovery process. You might feel guilt over what you a…
 
"Dieting is the most normalized drug in our culture" Today we have Summer Innanen on the show. She’s a podcaster and a body image coach who uses her past struggles with fitness, dieting, and substance abuse to help others break free from diet culture. Her podcast is called “Eat The Rules”, a show dedicated to empowering you to break free of societa…
 
We all love a good story. We sit on the edge of our seat, biting our nails, waiting for the plot twist. Hoping with all our heart that the protagonist picks the path that will lead them away from pain and suffering. In this episode, we turn the story inward and draw upon storytelling principles to see that you have options, you can overcome adversi…
 
You might hear body-positive messages, but it's not easy to just snap your fingers and love your body. How do you realistically walk down the path of building better body image? It's normal to have ambivalence. Improving your body image is a process and a practice, one that is deeply rooted in acceptance. It's not about expecting to love yourself s…
 
We all have stories. In Al-Anon we tell our stories to each other. Why do we do this? Our suggested welcome suggests that “we say what is in our minds and hearts, for this is how we help one another in Al-Anon/Alateen.” In fact the full paragraph emphasizes the importance of sharing our stories Anonymity... The post The power of stories – 391 appea…
 
NEVER stop chasing your recovery goals. Today we have a conversation with a warrior who participated in the Courage Club, a community that inspires healing and personal growth powered by Recovery Warriors’. Our guest is Julie Wickham, and she's reached momentous milestones in recovery. She's been called “Unstoppable Julie” because of her intense th…
 
Experiences of shame and trauma change who we are, how we think about ourselves, and our sense of self-worth. When we own parts of your story that are shameful, it liberates us from carrying a heavy burden. And this internal shift is necessary to find greater peace and authenticity. In this episode, Jessica and Andrea have a candid conversation abo…
 
It's so simple. It's often overlooked. And it has the ability to change everything in your eating disorder recovery. When you work this concept into your life, your life transforms. It's not noticeable at first, and that is the point. Ultimately, it is your commitment to the process that will determine your progress. SHOW NOTES 📝 The Daily Growth H…
 
"Pressuring yourself to be happy, ultimately makes you more unhappy in the long run because you're constantly feeling like you're not reaching that expectation. A more realistic intention is working to feel more connected and to create meaning in your life. It's so much easier to do that instead." - Mary Jelkovsky When Mary Jelkovsky was deep in an…
 
It's all around us...diet talk. It's nearly possible to escape. It can happen on dates, at dinner parties with friends, at work, or even at family gatherings. While some people may consider it seemingly harmless, diet talk can really affect our mental health and make us question our eating disorder recovery. Aristotle wrote, "It is the mark of an e…
 
You're cruising along the path of recovery and feeling like "I got this! I'm on path to recover". But then a setback happens. You get derailed and lose the momentum and direction you had. How do you stay motivated when you want to recover but feel like you keep going backwards? It's common to have one setback after another in recovery, and it can f…
 
“I need to do it on my own." This attitude can be a defense against being let down. If your needs were not historically met, why trust someone to meet them now? How do you break down the walls to open up, ask for help, and show that you have needs? Listen in on conversation with Tiffany Folk, a member of Recovery Warriors' community, on how she emb…
 
Is there ONE way to define recovery? What does recovery ACTUALLY mean, and how do you know when you're recovered? Our featured warriors in this episode share what recovery means to them, to help you find it for yourself. No two eating disorders are exactly the same. Because no two people are exactly the same! We come from different families and hav…
 
Arrrrrgh, another binge. You promised yourself never again. Leora Fulvio has actionable things to do in the aftermath of binge eating. Psychotherapist Leora Fulvio, our go-to expert for binge eating, recently joined on another episode titled Why You BINGE Eat (And How To Stop) which focused on the driving forces behind binge eating. Today she's bac…
 
Every time you say "no" when you mean no, you're saying to yourself, "I love you I respect you and I will protect you". Standing up for yourself and setting boundaries doesn’t have to be full of drama. It's an important part of the recovery process to voice your needs. Instead of avoiding the conflict or stuffing it down, you can learn to communica…
 
The words we use have power. Words not only create emotions, they create actions. And from our actions flow the results of our lives. Ultimately, the words we choose can imprison us or set us free. You may not even realize it, but you could be using words that are hindering your recovery. The more you use these words, the more you deepen neural pat…
 
Self-critical thoughts are a practice. And they become embedded and habitual. To break their destructive cycle takes time and applying self-compassion. I can promise you, when practiced over time, self-compassion will be the thing that gets you unstuck and keeps you moving forward. Learn how to work with self-critical thoughts in a new way with Dr.…
 
Why do some people lead positive, hope-filled lives, while others wallow in pessimism? In The Psychology of Hope, a professor of psychology reveals the specific character traits that produce highly hopeful individuals. He offers a test to measure one's level of optimism and gives specific advice on how to become a more hopeful person. Learn 3 compo…
 
What will move the needle most in your recovery? In this episode, the team Recovery Warriors shares how community, self-awareness, and self-compassion played a pivotal role in their recovery from an eating disorder, while bringing to light the notion that recovery is not one-size-fits-all. Recovery will look different for everyone, and there are ma…
 
"I think the most important thing for me to learn was the fact that change was possible. And that I didn't have to keep reproducing the same patterns of behaviors, thoughts, or relationships." - Clélia Froguel Today we have an inspirational story of recovery from a warrior I have personally worked with, Clelia Froguel. She is a shining example of w…
 
I have a big place in my heart for anyone struggling with binge eating. I know the struggle. The highs and lows, the disappointment, the discomfort, the shame. The reasons why you binge eat are multifaceted and I’m so grateful to be sharing this show with you because it is full of valuable information on why you binge eat and gives actionable thing…
 
"I want to eat, but I'm so scared." I'm so scared to go out of my safety zone of foods that I have taken out of my life for so long." I'm scared to go to a party and be able to be with others and food at the same time." All these self critical internal voices actually keep you out of life and keep you from engaging with and enjoying the things that…
 
The holidays are right around the corner. Are you counting down the days or is your mind filled with worry and stressful thoughts? When you are going through recovery or living with an eating disorder, the holidays are a challenging and stressful time of year. You may worry about the menu that will be served, the portion of the food, and how to fol…
 
What are you grateful for today? I asked that question of some listeners. 16 of you responded with shares, which I have compiled here. Many of you expressed gratitude for recovery, for Al-Anon and other 12 step programs, and for the changes in your lives that have come about. You are grateful for the people... The post Gratitude 2022 – 390 appeared…
 
All episodes are available at https://TheNeuroNerds.com. Follow @TheNeuroNerds on Twitter/Instagram and Like us at Facebook.com/TheNeuroNerds. Summary In this episode, Joe is chatting with Chris LeCastillo, program manager for surgical support at Stanford School of Medicine where he leads a team of radiologic technologists. Understanding your brain…
 
"There's nothing stopping us but ourselves." In honor of the debut of “Protecting Her Peace”, author Brooke Heberling is here to share with you 5 ways you can protect your peace. "To see your own potential in this life is a beautiful thing because we all have it. I don't ever want to sit back and not try. I sat back and watched the world pass me by…
 
Today we’re debuting a new Q&A feature, where we check in with experts and warriors with lived recovery experience to answer your recovery related questions. Dr. Ann Saffi Biasetti is our featured expert for this Q&A. She’s the author of one of our featured book club reads “Befriending Your Body: A Self-Compassionate Approach to Freeing Yourself fr…
 
All episodes are available at https://TheNeuroNerds.com. Follow @TheNeuroNerds on Twitter/Instagram and Like us at Facebook.com/TheNeuroNerds. Summary Joe is chatting with traumatic brain injury survivor, Kendra McGregor. Going into this episode, Joe thought it was going to be pretty nerdy since Kendra is a cosplayer, but this ended up being a supe…
 
Anxiety has two demands. It’s wants to know exactly what’s going to happen AND it wants to feel comfortable. Anxiety wants certainty and comfort. In this episode, we take a look at bigger picture ways of working with anxiety by practicing skills. With time and integration, these essential skills can help you reach new levels of mastery in managing …
 
What are the four primary ideas? How have they been active in my recovery?. Readings and Links We read from the 2022–2025 Al-Anon Alateen Service Manual, p. 20, “Four Primary Ideas” Upcoming topics You can contribute to our annual gratitude episode. What are you grateful for today? Please call us at 734-707-8795 or email feedback@therecovery.show w…
 
All episodes are available at https://TheNeuroNerds.com. Follow @TheNeuroNerds on Twitter/Instagram and Like us at Facebook.com/TheNeuroNerds. Summary Dr. Nick Housley from Motus Nova is BACK! Joe is chatting with one of his favorite doctors for another fun and informative episode with our partners at Motus Nova. Joe and Dr. Nick talk about the imp…
 
The more you control your food, the more it will control you. Whether you feel guilt after eating sweets or stressed about being around them or feel compelled to "burn off" what you ate the day before to get "back on track", the struggle is real and it can make the holiday season a hard time to navigate. Our featured wisdom-sharing for this episode…
 
When we ask the right questions, we get better answers. Dr. Brené Brown and Dr. Carl Jung have two questions that will help you change your story from being stuck in a rut to successfully breaking free. In this episode, we cover how to use storytelling as a tool to chisel away at the personal narratives that keep you bound to fear. There is so much…
 
All episodes are available at https://TheNeuroNerds.com. Follow @TheNeuroNerds on Twitter/Instagram and Like us at Facebook.com/TheNeuroNerds. Summary It’s our favorite time of the year - Shocktober or better known as Halloween. In this episode, our host Joe and our producer Felice talk about the meta experience of watching zombie and post-apocalyp…
 
What precedes an eating disorder? Dr. Norman Kim has valuable insights to share that can change the way you think about eating disorders. Norman is a highly sought after speaker, educator and advocate for Eating Disorder Awareness. He believes that "everyone’s journey to healing is going to be different because everyone’s pain is different." With a…
 
Insecurities….we all have them. Even the people that you think don’t, do. But the real kicker is whether they stop us from living the life we want to live and doing the things we want to do. Really, nothing holds ourselves back more than our insecurities. So let’s explore 5 common insecurities that hold people back and what to focus on instead. SHO…
 
How do you trust an unknown future? Can you give up the life you think you're suppose to have in order to have the life that is waiting for you? Today we talk about trust from a few different perspectives. Trust and how it relates to control with food and our bodies. Trust and how it relates to fear of stepping outside of our comfort zones. And tru…
 
All episodes are available at https://TheNeuroNerds.com. Follow @TheNeuroNerds on Twitter/Instagram and Like us at Facebook.com/TheNeuroNerds. Summary The NeuroNerds are hitting the road for this episode! We are proud to be partnering with TAAF - The AVM and Aneurysm Foundation and for their 17th Annual TAAFWalk in San Francisco, we recorded our fi…
 
We've bought into the idea that we're capable of controlling our emotions. We're not. At the same time, our emotions provide us powerful keys to self-awareness. They serve as a way to help us understand our needs, boundaries, and desires better. In this episode we cover five intense emotions connected to eating disorders so you can get to a place w…
 
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