Difference of Sobriety and Recovery

March 1, 2018

 

In this episode, we tackle the difference between sobriety and recovery. Sobriety is refraining but recovery is recovering your self-worth, gaining skills & moving forward.

 

Here are some of the highlights:

 

1. Sobriety can contribute to the addiction  - An individual who is doing all of his recovery work to try to stay sober, he's doing it from a place of fear and control, and place of shame.

 

2. Compliance with your wife is not recovery - Doing everything right because she tells you to is sobriety. Recovery is not about checklist or how many days you are sober. Recovery is about "Surrender."

 

3. The best indicator of recovery is the ability to be vulnerable. If you recover your self-worth then you can be vulnerable - you can be honest, open and more connected to your spouse.


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About Brannon 

I'm Brannon, and I'm an expert in treating sexual addiction, pornography addiction, and helping spouses heal from betrayal. I have over 10 years of experience helping couples, individuals and families heal from the devastating effects of addiction.

I'm an avid presenter and teacher. I know that recovery for an individual and a relationship is absolutely possible. I have both learned and developed tools that work. My greatest fulfillment in my work is helping couples in the depths of pain and despair, and walking them through the healing process.

 

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The co-clinical director and owner of TheraphyUTAH, Brannon has treated almost every kind of addiction in every setting. Through his years of clinical work, he has received specialized training in addiction recovery and betrayal trauma recovery.  He has a passion for holistic healing and helping the family members heal.  

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