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What Were You Thinking Before Looking At Porn?

Recently, as I was scrolling through Instagram I came across a post from one of the many organizations I follow that specializes in the support and education of people who are struggling with sexual purity in their lives. The main headline of the post was a question, which I found to be both profound and […]

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Self Pity Is Shame’s Best Friend

If you’re a child of the 80’s, you’ll probably recognize this phrase instantly: “I PITY THE FOOL!” It took me a second, but not much longer, to remember the man with the distinct haircut, multiple rings, and massive amounts of gold around his neck as none other than Mr. T. Interestingly enough, Mr. T’s last […]

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Tell the Whole Truth & Nothing But the Truth

Recently, I had a pretty interesting encounter with a customer at my place of work. The week before, this individual had called in requesting some work to be done at their house. I informed them that I would write up the work to be done and as soon as we could have the owner of […]

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Listening To Your Emotions

Throughout our lives, we are trained to listen to a vast multitude of voices. Voices that have a powerful influence upon us. These voices can come from parents, siblings, family members, friends, and co-workers. Depending on the household in which we were raised, those voices determine in many ways the path we find ourselves on […]

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Measuring Progress In Recovery

This past week, I read a very interesting thought that someone had regarding the subject of progress. Here’s what they said: “I wish progress was a straight line. It seems so simple: work hard and see tangible progress as a result. But, as we have all learned at some point in our lives, progress is […]

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Community Is Not What You Think

Community is certainly one of the biggest buzz words in the recovery field now a days. And for right reason. Finding a healthy community where you can share your life with other individuals is one of the greatest keys to long-term healing. Why? Because when you elevate vulnerability & transparency over isolation & secrecy, the […]

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Can You Feel The Pain?

One of the greatest realities I love about recovery is that there’s always something new to learn about yourself. For example, how a person deals with real emotions and pain in their life will directly affect their long-term outcome in recovery. For me, this has been proven time and time again. Let me explain. I’m […]

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Creating a Vision for Your Recovery in 2022

Last year around this time, I asked you to envision where you would like to be in your recovery on December 31, 2021. So…..did you do it? Were you able to see with more than just physical eyes the next steps you wanted to take in your journey? Vision requires a deeper focus than just […]

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The Greatest Recovery Lessons From 2021

Happy New Year!!! I (Frank) and everyone at Small Groups Online pray that you’ve had a wonderful start to 2022. I’m really excited for all God has for us in this new year! There will be so much more great content coming on the blog this year and we’re thankful to have the opportunity to […]

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How Practicing Gratitude Can Change Your Brain Pt.2

Last month, I talked about the specific ways in which cultivating and expressing gratitude can literally change your brain. More specifically, your brain can actually be transformed in terms of your thinking and processing complex emotions and feelings. The late Dr. Mark Laaser has said that research has found that the brain is for all […]

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