How to Effectively Communicate Effective communication skills are important especially to a person in recovery. Addicts spend a lot of time not communicating effectively with others and once in recovery, it can be a challenge to know what to do. One tip for communication during recovery—if at all possible, communicate face-to-face. Texting or emails are...Read More
Relationship Conflicts Relationships are one of the most important parts of our lives. We have relationships with spouses, significant others, co-workers, bosses, relatives, and of course our friends. Relationships allow us the opportunity to feel connected to others and to share our hopes, dreams, and goals as well as our fears and uncertainties. We...Read More
Effective Communication in Recovery Every person communicates in a unique way. Some will speak fluently in terms of relationships or feelings and some will be more reserved. Effective communication skills in recovery takes practice and diligence, as it is a new way to communicate. During the addiction, our communication is usually centered around explaining our...Read More
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