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This is the podcast where life is seen through a 12 step recovery lens. This is a podcast about men and women who have recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. We have discovered a solution, we have a way out. We have leaned how to live sober and happy. Join us on this journey called life. Email - feedback@recoveredcast.com
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Oct 30, 2014 0

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Oct 28, 2014 0

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Here in the United States, the holiday called halloween is upon us.  Ghosts, witches, bats, and violence are all around us which are supposed to arouse fear.

For us alcoholics, fear is an old companion.  One that was probably dealt with early on in recovery, it just comes back to visit us occasionally.

So let’s talk about fear, and let’s start by talking what it used to be like.

Before you came into the program, where you a fearful person?

Before you came into the program, how did fear contribute to your life?

Before program, how did fear contribute bringing unintended consequences?

Did you ever have a fear of sobriety?

Do you have a fear of failure?  Explain.

What about fear of success, what is your experience?

Fear of rejection is common, have you ever experienced this?

Some are fearful of recovery because they fear a loss of identity.  Your thoughts?

Some fear recovery because of perpetual misery, did you ever have this fear?

What about economic fears?

Have you ever had fear of people?

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Let’s talk about the solution.

How did 4th and 5th steps help you with your fears?

How about step 9?

What about service work?

How about sponsorship?

How did other aspects of the program help you with your fears?

What slogan, what step, what tradition, what service, what prayer, etc.?

What fears are battling today?

What slogan, what step, what tradition, what service, what prayer, etc.?

All right, let’s conclude the show by talking to the most important listener, the new guy.

Talk to the new guy who is overcome with fear.

Talk to the guy who has never been to a meeting and knows he has a problem and is fearful of AA.

What would you say to this person?

What advice would you give to these people?

 

Oct 25, 2014 0

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Oct 23, 2014 0

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Oct 22, 2014 0

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The 12 and 12

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An open talk may have been the first meeting we ever went to.

Some have been in the program for some time and have never been to an open talk.

Some of our audience have never been to an AA meeting and don’t know what an open talk is.

Some of our audience may be al-anons and have not been to an open talk either.

Let’s share our experience, strength, and hope on this topic:

Open Talks.

Let’s start at the beginning

What is an open talk?

Who can go to an open talk?

Who should go to an open talk?

Why are open talks given?

Have you attended open talks?

Where?

What was your experience?

Are conference talks like an open talk?

How are they the same?

How are they different?

Have you ever heard an open talk from someone outside of AA? NA? CA? Al-Anon?

How were they different?

How were they the same?

At an open talk, you hear great stories, do you remember any?

Have you ever heard a bad open talk?

What makes a good open talk?

What makes a bad opn talk?

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Have you ever given an open talk?

How do you prepare?

Do you write it out?

Do you bring anything with you?

Do you quote?

What was your experience?

Have you ever been responsible for inviting an open talk speaker?

What would be/was you criteria for selection?

What would you say to the new guy who has never been to an open talk?

Final Thoughts?

 

Oct 14, 2014 0

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Oct 14, 2014 0

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This topic was put forth to us from listener Bronte.

Bronte writes

I would really like to hear people Share about their own personal evidence of a higher power acting in their lives.

 

Bronte writes that she would like to hear what their evidence is today, 

Bronte would like to hear stories, testimonies, your experiences.

 

Bronte writes, 

It's good to notice the beauty and grace in our Recovery even when things may seem insurmountable or when we are questioning whether our Higher Power exists.

I think the topic could reinforce people's hope.

Thanks, just a thought.

 

Awesome thought Bronte.

 

So, let’s start with a discussion on Step 2

Came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity

 

Did you come into the program with a belief in a higher power?

How did your understanding of a higher power change change when you came into the fellowship?

What evidence do you have that your higher power is active in your life?

 

How has your attitude influenced your relationship with a higher power?

What specific things do you do to be in touch with your higher power?

 

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How has your experiences affected the way you live?

To those who are having a difficult time believing, what would you say?

How do tragedies in your life affect your relationship with your higher power?

How does your higher power keep you sober?

How does your higher power help you in your everyday life?

How does your higher power help you when bad shit happens?

How does your higher power help you when good shit happens?

How does your higher power give you hope?

What would you say to the newcomer who is confused how a higher power helps.

 

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Oct 9, 2014 0

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In the Extras area of the App, we have links to websites we like.  Just tap the lower case "e" located at the lower right hand of iPhone sceen and then tap links  Remember, in this same area of the app, we have the Big Book, the 12 and 12, along with a daily reader.  Please support Sober Life Mouthwash, your support of this product supports the podcast.

 

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Oct 8, 2014 0

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Go to enough meetings, and you are likely to see someone you didn't know was in AA.

Stay in the program long enough and you may have the distinction of being at a meeting with your kid.

Being at a meeting with your parent will probably affect your share.

What are you initial thoughts on this topic of relationships in AA?

Before you went to your first meeting but after you had decided that you were going to go Alcoholics Anonymous, did you ever worry that you would see someone that you would know at your first meeting?

Did someone take you to your first meeting?

Was that awkward or comforting?

Have you ever been to a meeting with a desire to share about a resentment with someone, but that someone was at the meeting?

What is your experience?

If you have not had this experience, how do you think you would handle it?

If you have had this happen, what was your experience?

If you were to face that situation again, what would you do different?

What would you do the same?

Have you ever seen someone you know socially at an AA meeting, but did not know they were in AA?

What was your experience?

What would you do different?

What would you do that same?

What advice would you give to the new guy?

Have you been to a meeting with a close relative?

What was that like the first time?

Have you been to al-anon?

Have you ever felt awkward being an alcoholic at an al-anon meeting?

Do you have relationships with people in a 12 step fellowship other than your own?

Do you talk program with these people?

Even though you don't share the same addiction, is there a connection?

What is your experience?

Do you know anyone who goes to Al Anon because of you?

Have you ever been to an Al-Anon meeting with them?

Have you ever had someone approach you and say, "I saw you at a meeting..."

What was that experience like?

How did you react?

What is the closest relative that has attended your open talk?

What was that like?

Is there anyone you would feel awkward to have attend your open talk?

Why or why not?

Talk to the new guy who would like to go to their first AA meeting but is afraid that someone he knows will recognize him.

Talk to the person who feels shame about going to the meeting and being found out.

 

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