It takes courage to recover. In the beginning it's courage to face the problem, attend support meetings, talk to others, and engage in the recovery process. As the addiction layers peel off (of you or your loved one), even more courage is needed. Courage to come out of denial, face yourself, take responsibility, and change your behavior. The deeper you go, the more courage you need. Courage to grieve your losses, accept and love yourself, dream again, and trust again. At every step courage is essential.
The Courage Conference is designed to help you find and build that type of courage. The type that will last and sustain you through the phases of your recovery. The kind that will build hope in your life and make you stronger on the other side. Come join women from all over the Washington area (and beyond) and find the courage to build the life you want!
I’m delighted to be speaking on “Sacred Relationship: The Courage to Love Differently”!