Truth takes courage.

Truth takes strength.

Truth takes acceptance.

In recovery, most people know the saying, "you're only as sick as your secrets" and it's true.

Addiction is a disease of disconnection.

Connection comes from building bonds with someone.

How do you begin to get close to someone?

By being honest with them - telling them the truth.

Lies will only push those you care about away.

In Knights & Warriors, your ability to be honest with yourself, your coaches, and your partner are crucial to success.

If you can't be honest with yourself right now, take this Recovery Opportunity to ask yourself "what am I scared of by telling/admitting the truth?"

If you didn't have anything planned to do today for your individual recovery, do this 5-15 minute journal reflection and see what comes from it.

You never know, you might have the epiphany you needed to take the action necessary to begin changing the results you're getting right now.

If you do the Recovery Opportunity and are open to sharing, I'd love to hear back from you, Reader, by hitting reply.

Continuing to be of service,

Savvy Esposito

Savvy Esposito

Savannah is passionate about helping engaged and married couples struggling with trust, communication, sexual intimacy, intimacy anorexia, sexual addiction, and betrayal trauma achieve the healthy, connected, and loving marriage they’ve always dreamed of.

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