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Family Recovery Journey | VLOG
Heartland Family Recovery VLOG
Welcome to Heartland Family Recovery!
I'm Faith Batt, Family Recovery Specialist and Life Coach. I founded Heartland Family Recovery to help heal families who have loved one's struggling with the disease of addiction/substance use disorder. My virtual online programs offer information, education, resources, and support, based on the BALM (Be A Loving Mirror) method of family recovery. Visit www.HeartlandFamilyRecovery.com for details on all courses and registration. Get your life back and become your loved one's best chance at recovery!
January 2022 VLOG (Part 1 of 4) | Heartland Family Recovery
In Part 1 of this VLOG Series, Faith reflects on lessons of the past year, personal growth, awareness, acceptance, overcoming anxiety and depression, focusing on positive achievements, letting go of expectations, and the choices and attitudes that motivate us.
January 2022 VLOG (Part 2 of 4) | Heartland Family Recovery
In Part 2 of this VLOG Series, Faith discusses coping with challenges and adversity, strengthening emotional recovery, dealing with "empty nest" syndrome, managing support systems, BALM (Be A Loving Mirror), transformation, Higher Power's plan, resisting what is, changing oneself, powerlessness, controlling my own thoughts and actions, finding purpose, problems with aging parents, substance use disorder, obligations, guilt, honoring one's values, reframing our thinking, choices, empowerment, flexibility, being in the moment, getting off track, and self-care.
January 2022 VLOG (Part 3 of 4) | Heartland Family Recovery
In Part 3 of this VLOG series, Faith shares her experiences about expectations, control tactics, quality time, acceptance, coping with physical pain, boundaries, opioids, asking for help, appreciation and gratitude, daily struggles, frustration, coping strategies, and physical therapy for shoulder injuries.
January 2022 VLOG (Part 4 of 4) | Heartland Family Recovery
In Part 4 of this VLOG Series, Faith shares how she dealt with frustration and limitations, acceptance, growth opportunities, rest and healing, giving yourself permission, validating one's own feelings and needs, humility, self-care, emotional and physical recovery, victim mentality, blame, self-pity, trust in God, trusting the recovery process, awareness of deeper meaning in your experiences, and finding peace.
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