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Give Yourself the Grace You Deserve

Recently, my wife & I were sitting with someone and in the midst of our conversation, this person mentioned two very significant words that my heart latched onto: grace platform. In fact, this person seemed to underscore the incredible importance of building our lives upon a grace platform as we’re walking through a season of […]

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Navigating Through Grief & Loss In Recovery

On the evening of Sunday, September 11th, my life and the lives of family would be forever changed. It was the day that I received the phone call that my mom had passed away. In an instant, time stopped and I felt like a little boy all over again. To make this already unbearable news […]

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11 Tips for Having Great Recovery Check In’s (Part 2)

Last month, we started a two part series on how to have great recovery check-ins with people who care about your life. Sharing your recovery journey with someone is a delicate process and can’t be taken lightly. Therefore, we have to be wise with who we invite into our lives. Not everyone can handle the […]

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11 Tips for Having Great Recovery Check In’s (Part 1)

Being proactive in recovery makes all the difference in one’s long-term success. Freedom and healing didn’t just happen in my life. They were things I needed to pursue and it took action on my part to do it! One of the greatest steps I encourage every man I work with to take is to step […]

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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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