Episode 008 - 3 Circles (Relapse Prevention Tool)

August 29, 2017 1 Comment


We talk to Harry Flanagan about one of our relapse prevention tools, the 3 Circles Tool. Harry, as one of our Pure Desire Clinicians, has loads of experience with this tool and how to best use it in day-to-day life. He shares with us the importance of having guardrails in our lives to help us maintain purity.

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Sarah Peters
Sarah Peters

October 30, 2017

This is such a great podcast!
Do you have a downloadable file with the 3 circles exercise? I would love to forward it to my leaders.

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