Redefining Your Sexuality in Recovery: The Dos and Don'ts
Health & Wellness Living in Recovery Mental Health Relationships

Redefining Your Sexuality in Recovery: The Dos and Don’ts

In many ways, physical intimacy is much safer than emotional connection. The act of sex itself, after all, is fairly mechanical. But emotional intimacy creates a safe, supportive foundation for physical connection. Emotional intimacy requires a sense of vulnerability and letting go of control. You are essentially revealing your flaws and trusting that another person won’t reject you.  Read More

toxic shame
Mental Health

Is Toxic Shame Sabotaging Your Recovery?

Recovery is full of intense emotions- sadness, excitement, fear, and relief. These emotions ebb and flow and they reveal telling insights about your experiences and needs. But shame is another powerful emotion associated with recovery. And if it’s unchecked, it can become an insidious undercurrent affecting everything you do. Read More