Kati, I wish you could talk about an addiction that causes so many problems. Sugar. Yeah, some people think it’s not as serious as a drug addiction. Both of my parents were alcoholics and I have a sugar addiction that is wretched. I have stolen money to get chocolate. That’s so f*caked up. Thank you so much for the Wolf to my gorgeous wife I love you the most poster canvas and by the same token and impulse log suggestion, I am starting therapy again soon to help deal with a food addiction and emotional eating. I’m hoping to get my impulse to binge eat under control. Keep up the good work. Five years back I used to see a therapist.
It was a pain to try and get there cause I always had to ask someone to take me and they had to make time for it. So once I got most of my issues settled with him I told him I’m going to stop coming. Kind of funny to sometimes thinks back at how he didn’t want me to stop because he liked talking to me. Now I’m thinking that I kind want to start again but not sure if I’d have the money for it. Can you do a home decoration on mindfulness for coping with pain? I’m taking so many pills lately because I have good migraines, but it scares me that the pain medication doesn’t work on me anymore and my doctor is prescribing me larger doses. Thoughts?
Wolf to my gorgeous wife I love you the most poster canvas, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
Kati, this may be weird sounding, but I kind of wish you would address it. I’ve never been an alcoholic. But I can’t drink alcohol because I’m seriously too vulnerable to it. The other day I was extremely upset and really wanted alcohol. The urge was super strong. I thought about going to an AA meeting. But I feel weird because I’m not actually an alcoholic. I just know the Wolf to my gorgeous wife I love you the most poster canvas and by the same token and struggle is there. Thank you, Kati. I’ve been waiting for a substance abuse home decoration to come out. This is so common and addiction doesn’t discriminate. I like how you said we don’t need to want to get better, we just have to not like where we are.
I think a lot of people can resonate with that as a starting point. The impulse log is genius, similar to a relapse prevention plan. Thanks again. Really enjoyed your perspective and helpful coping skills. Also, just talking about it helps. Starting the conversation with either someone in recovery or anyone who supports sobriety without judgment. Talking about it can really eliminate or at least reduce some of the anxiety and cravings. I know firsthand and have learned professionally and personally that you can’t get sober alone. It takes a village. Thanks for emphasizing that about having a social group. I would LOVE to see more topics on addiction.