Managing Perfectionism

The relentless pursuit of impossible standards can rob you of the simple joys of living life. Achievements and accomplishments do not determine your value…

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Developing Hope (Part 2)

Creating a hope-filled, positive, can-do attitude is important in establishing long-term recovery. Join co-hosts Tim Bode and Gaylen Morse as they continue their discussion…

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Three Critical Areas to Establish Margin

My simple definition of burnout is doing too much, with too little, for too long. And burnout is not just a scheduling problem. Stress and burnout are often made significantly worse by bitterness and resentment. “I’m the only one who works...

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Destinations

At Journey to Recovery we believe that good treatment requires good resources. On today’s podcast, join co-hosts Tim Bode and Gaylen Morse as they…

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The Ten Core Principles of Recovery
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The Ten Core Principles of Recovery

In order to help your clients navigate successful, long-term recovery, we’ve developed ten core principles of recovery. Like using a map, these principles help set good goals, avoid some mistakes, and dodge unnecessary problems. And of course...

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Managing Anxiety for Maximum Performance

Have you been busy lately? Do you ever get so stressed you become overwhelmed or paralyzed? Stress is the biological, emotional, behavioral, and social response to a real or imagined event. When anxiety and stress are low, motivation and...

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