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PostPosted: Mon Feb 24, 2020 2:14 am 

Joined: Mon Feb 10, 2020 3:22 am
Posts: 52
Thank you Team.

I appreciate this worksheet more than you know. I hope that this has helped many people find their path in life.

My priorities are as follows:

1.) Living a spiritual life knowing God.
2.) Finding the life God has intended for me.
3.) Confidently believing in myself.
4.) Finding peace with who God made me.
5.) Living a life of purpose, intentionally, Every day.
6.) Loving my Wife with honour.
7.) Absolute marital fidelity.
8.) Living a life of purity to gain a true passionate, loving, caring, nurturing and intimate relationship with my Wife.
9.) Establishing a healthy connection with my children.
10.) Being a role model for my children.
11.) Learn to pass no judgement on others. To be accepting and considerate of others.
12.) Respect boundaries but expand my connection and relationship with my Wife and children.
13.) Never put limits or restrictions on myself but set healthy attainable goals and aspirations.
14.) Establish healthy eating habits and exercise more.
15.) Love myself the way I am, as God created me.

PostPosted: Mon Feb 24, 2020 6:07 am 
Recovery Coach

Joined: Thu Apr 29, 2010 8:07 pm
Posts: 3893
Location: UK
Hello FR
Please hit the reply not the new topic key when posting
this keeps your posts in one thread
thus making it easier for you to refer back when you feel that need, and for sure you will at some point feel that need

Your vision, is yours but in my opinion it is very narrow in scope
Growth is fundamental in recovery that is for sure and
family is extremely important but life is so much more

you cover the basics and the big things but somehow I miss seeing the you in your vision
consider fun, ambition, laughter, peace, satisfaction security etal
why not read coach Mel's how to , found in this forum and then expand your vision
believe me the more pillars supporting your recovery the better

I would also have liked to have seen your reasons for wanting to change as these should be important to you as you progress

all that said
you have made a good solid start well done and do keep it up

Remember recovery is more than abstinence
Every transition begins with an ending
Do not confuse happiness with seeking pleasure
stay healthy keep safe
Coach Kenzo

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