Step 10 represents where we go from damage clean up to the maintenance of our new lives in recovery. Jon and Jackie share some personal insights and stories related to taking daily inventory and promptly admitting mistakes.
Jon and Jackie read from various Big Books about the ins and outs of step 9- making amends where possible. Take a deep breath and get ready for a watershed moment in your recovery- working Step 9 opens a life you didn't know was possible before.
Lucas Krump is one of the other sides of the EVRYMAN project (we interviewed Dan Doty in a previous episode). Jackie and Jon talk with Lucas about his awakening and what his critical turning points have been.
Jon and Jackie continue their series on the 12 steps. Step 8 can feel huge and daunting because it centers around becoming willing to make amends to the people we have hurt. There's a reason why this is the 8th step and not the 1st step...
We're excited to have Dan Doty, one of the founders of Evryman and the host of the podcast by the same name. Dan talks about some of his moments of realization and what he is learning about what it means to be a man. You can learn more about Dan and the Evryman movement at evryman.co.
Jered S. shares his story of growing up as an Inupiat Tribe Member but never quite fitting in where he was at. Jered brings together faith, family, and finding your calling as he talks about his wake up call 8 years ago.
We are excited for our third ever guest- Rachel Smith, Director of Women in Motion out of Ogden, Utah (http://womeninmotion.website/). Rachel talks about the connection between physical health and emotional well being with touching and inspiring stories.
These resources were referenced in the podcast:
Brene Brown Videos:
"Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain" by John Ratey
Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Program that Works by Evelyn Tribole M.S. R.D. and Elyse Resch M.S. R.D. F.A.D.A.