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PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 4:58 pm 
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Lesson 2: Espirituality and self-knowledge is the first for me,since i have met the Buddhism, i have started a walking to find who am i and be more close to my God.I'm 15, maybe i'm very young to do that.But for me this is the first thing to do.I want to be a better person, for me, for others, i want love the people,teach them, welcome them.That's is what i want to do.
Lesson 3
1.Being an inspiration to others
2.Living with integrity
3.Living with compassion
4.Being what i am.
5.Being an example
6.Sharing my true self with the world around me
7.Developing intellectual depth
8.Developing emotional maturity
9.Being dedicated
10.Sense of accomplishment
11.Expressing spirituality in my day-to-day life
12.Integrating religion into my day-to-day life
13.Loving unconditionally
14.Bringing joy to others
15.Being humble
16.Being playful
17.Wisdom
18.Connecting to purpose, meaning of life
19.Integrity
20.Financial stability
21.Avoiding conflict
22.Improving my social interactions
23.Sacrificing for others
24.Taking care of others in need
25.Feeling happy and content
26.Being considerate of others
27.Personal independence
28.Living an exciting life
29.Living an adventurous life
30.Going to others countries
31.Developing patience
32.Friendship
33.Self-discipline
34.Being a teacher/mentor
35.Putting other’s needs before my own
36.Staying active
37.Showing appreciation towards other
38.Being charitable, giving
39.Providing quality in my work
40.Sense of humor
41.Never stop being happy
42.Aprecciating the little things
43.Being a leader
44.Experienced in conflict resolution
45.Accepting responsibility for living my life
46.Curiosity
47.Selflessness/Altruism
48.Realistic
49.Respecting Mother Earth
50.Experienced in conflict resolution

Lesson 4/5:
1.Being what i am
2.Being dedicated
3.Loving unconditionally
4.Living with compassion
5.Living with integrity
6.Connecting to purpose, meaning of life
7.Sacrificing for others
8.Improving my social interactions
9.Taking care of others in need
10.Putting other’s needs before my own
11.Living an exciting life
12.Living an adventurous life
13.Developing patience
14.Expressing spirituality in my day-to-day life
15.Never stop being happy


Lesson 6:
Taking care of others in need

Care about the problem of others
Trying to help others in any situation
Realize that my efforts can be rejected
Give attemption to others


Expressing spirituality in my day-to-day life
Meditating
Learning Buddhism
Praying everyday
See God in every little thing


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 4:49 am 
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Hello BBfM
and welcome to RN
you appear to be in a hurry to get this done and that is a good thing
however, yes there is always a but!
you nee to give yourself enough time to absorb what you take out of each and every lesson
tick in a box re no more than ticks in a box
IMO the early lessons are fundamentally the most important as they form the foundation for our recovery
in particular lesson 1 our reasons for wanting to change
these should be positive and about you, perhaps you should go back and list ten or so
and lesson to our vision for life
this I suggest you re visit
a whole life in a few lines?????????????


Establishing a healthy vision for one's life is the single most important tool a person can develop in their recovery. That single vision--when backed by clarity--is capable of serving as both the beacon for change and, a means of contrasting what is healthy and what is a threat.
An ideal vision needs to be both general and specific, idealistic and practical. Very few are ideal but that does not matter your vision is about you

So
if you really do want to improve your life and to recover from your addiction then you are at a good place to make that wish reality
Commit , fully and completely
work through the lessons and understand them , if you miss something ask on the help forum , assistance is always on hand
coaches and mentors are likely to drop by occasionally but if not, don't worry as this is generally a good indicator that you are on the right path

the path is long and difficult but it is well proven and you are not alone
we usually suggest completing about 3 lessons a week but spending time every day posting and reading
get to know your addiction and see yourself with honesty and openness

remember to work at your own pace and its not a race indeed some consider recovery to be a journey rather than a destination

remember the only person that can make these changes is you, so the hard work needs to come from you
looking forwards to reading your posts and wishing you all the best

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Remember recovery is more than abstinence
Every transition begins with an ending
Do not confuse happiness with seeking pleasure
stay healthy keep safe
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 6:54 am 
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Kenzo wrote:
Hello BBfM
and welcome to RN
you appear to be in a hurry to get this done and that is a good thing
however, yes there is always a but!
you nee to give yourself enough time to absorb what you take out of each and every lesson
tick in a box re no more than ticks in a box
IMO the early lessons are fundamentally the most important as they form the foundation for our recovery
in particular lesson 1 our reasons for wanting to change
these should be positive and about you, perhaps you should go back and list ten or so
and lesson to our vision for life
this I suggest you re visit
a whole life in a few lines?????????????


Establishing a healthy vision for one's life is the single most important tool a person can develop in their recovery. That single vision--when backed by clarity--is capable of serving as both the beacon for change and, a means of contrasting what is healthy and what is a threat.
An ideal vision needs to be both general and specific, idealistic and practical. Very few are ideal but that does not matter your vision is about you

So
if you really do want to improve your life and to recover from your addiction then you are at a good place to make that wish reality
Commit , fully and completely
work through the lessons and understand them , if you miss something ask on the help forum , assistance is always on hand
coaches and mentors are likely to drop by occasionally but if not, don't worry as this is generally a good indicator that you are on the right path

the path is long and difficult but it is well proven and you are not alone
we usually suggest completing about 3 lessons a week but spending time every day posting and reading
get to know your addiction and see yourself with honesty and openness

remember to work at your own pace and its not a race indeed some consider recovery to be a journey rather than a destination

remember the only person that can make these changes is you, so the hard work needs to come from you
looking forwards to reading your posts and wishing you all the best

I guess the why i wrote few lines, it's because i want to be very objective and i have already started my objective even before i started my recovery,you understand it?


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 3:49 pm 
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Lesson 7:

Taking care of others in need
Care about the problem of others
Trying to help others in any situation
Realize that my efforts can be rejected
GIve attemption to others


Expressing spirituality in my day-to-day life
Meditating
Learning Buddhism
Praying everyday
See God in every little thing


Being what i am
Don't givingspace for my ego
Don't trying to do what others do
DOn't do stuff that I think the others people will like


Being dedicated
Don't procrastinante
Do the homework in the same day
Always review the school subjects


Loving unconditionally and Living with compassion
Put my own in the place of others
Looking for myself
Don't judge nobody

Living with integrity
Being Honest
Correct conduct
Having character

Connecting to purpose, meaning of life
Learning Buddhism
Medidate
Being who i am

Improving my social interactions
Don't caring about what the others think about me
Don't being timid
COnfidence

Wisdom
Learning with videos,books,speeches...
Medidate
Teach others,giving advices


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2018 5:12 pm 
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Lesson 10:
IV:
many imagens in my account in the Pinterest
V
Strange women:''Photograph'' attractive womens that i saw in the streets,social web's etc, to masturbating thinking on them
Beatiful and attractive classmates and professors
VI
Internet:Surf for porn


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 4:44 am 
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Hello BBFM

Some good values :g:
however at 15 perhaps

Quote:
Taking care of others in need
Care about the problem of others
Trying to help others in any situation
Realize that my efforts can be rejected
GIve attemption to others


could be put on hold or a while, lets take care of you first :pe:

I still think that at least a read of Coach Mels how to write a vision would be worthwhile to you
but
your life, your recovery your choice

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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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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 2:14 pm 
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Kenzo wrote:
Hello BBFM

Some good values :g:
however at 15 perhaps

Quote:
Taking care of others in need
Care about the problem of others
Trying to help others in any situation
Realize that my efforts can be rejected
GIve attemption to others


could be put on hold or a while, lets take care of you first :pe:

I still think that at least a read of Coach Mels how to write a vision would be worthwhile to you
but
your life, your recovery your choice
thanks for the help,but i REALLY LOVE TAKING CARE OF PEOPLES,i feel realized,you understand? There is a problem?


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 4:11 pm 
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How i send my Initial Life Assessment?


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:17 am 
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Ethan


please be aware that posting into another's recovery thread is not inline with the RN rules, only mentors and coaches should do so
RN is not a market stall , hence please refrain from advertising
why not get started on your own recovery
?
http://www.recoverynation.com/partnersb ... 13&t=23183

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Remember recovery is more than abstinence
Every transition begins with an ending
Do not confuse happiness with seeking pleasure
stay healthy keep safe
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:19 am 
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Hello Imm

Quote:
I REALLY LOVE TAKING CARE OF PEOPLES

And that is great ,we have far too few compassionate and charitable people in this world
But what I said was

Quote:
could be put on hold or a while
, , not abandoned , doing good for others is brilliant but not to take precedence of continuing to harm . with SA, yourself
Quote:
There is a problem?

Absolutely not, you take on board any advice that may help and leave the rest behind, this is your journey ,do it your way
But do it

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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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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 5:15 pm 
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Kenzo wrote:
Hello Imm

Quote:
I REALLY LOVE TAKING CARE OF PEOPLES

And that is great ,we have far too few compassionate and charitable people in this world
But what I said was

Quote:
could be put on hold or a while
, , not abandoned , doing good for others is brilliant but not to take precedence of continuing to harm . with SA, yourself
Quote:
There is a problem?

Absolutely not, you take on board any advice that may help and leave the rest behind, this is your journey ,do it your way
But do it
thanks for the help man!HEy do you know How i send my Initial Life Assessment?


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2018 4:54 am 
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Hello BBfM
Quote:
How i send my Initial Life Assessment?

RN free recovery / healing programmes are self help
You are the one who should Assess your life, past present and the aspired to future
Assess your values, your emotions your actions your inner core
Do this for you

From memory and it was long ago that I completed my initial assessment, feedback from trained and qualified coaches was for those in private coaching
so make your assessment
make your choices and continue on your journey
looking forwards to seeing you progress

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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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PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2018 12:54 pm 
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Kenzo wrote:
Hello BBfM
Quote:
How i send my Initial Life Assessment?

RN free recovery / healing programmes are self help
You are the one who should Assess your life, past present and the aspired to future
Assess your values, your emotions your actions your inner core
Do this for you

From memory and it was long ago that I completed my initial assessment, feedback from trained and qualified coaches was for those in private coaching
so make your assessment
make your choices and continue on your journey
looking forwards to seeing you progress
i'm talking about it:http://www.recoverynation.com/coaching/worksheet_initialassessment.php
I can't send this,


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 1:53 pm 
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Lesson 12
Recently,i had a relapse i could stay 13 days clean in these 13 days i didn't came to the workshop :( i felt like ''I never will relapse again'', what made me looks like the fourth group:
'i'm will have completed the majority of exercises with sincerity and passion, but I tend to move on to the next without ever thinking much about what I have already learned.''
I'm put forth the required amount of effort in my participation, but only rarely go that "extra mile". The one where I take the information and use it for my own benefit, in my own way. Establishing a private workbook, writing out (or just thinking about) additional personal ways that the information may pertain to them.''
I'm find myself in this final group, most often ignored the physical act of pulling out the list and reading it''
I'm tend to focus on controlling past behavior, rather than learning new behavior.
I'm often experience extreme emotions in relation to acting out — extreme guilt, extreme shame, depression, anger, hatred.(I don't know if this is about relapse,but if do, everytime i relapse i feel guilt and extreme shame. about myself).


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