Episode 053 - Creating Healthy Guardrails

Episode 053 - Creating Healthy Guardrails

by Pure Desire Community July 10, 2018 3 Comments


We talk about creating healthy guardrails for maintaining sobriety from sexual addiction. We discuss why guardrails are important, what makes a healthy/unhealthy guardrail, and who should be involved in the creation or changing of our guardrails.

 

RESOURCES

 

3 Circles Tool (Relapse Prevention)

Values List





3 Responses

Casey Keever
Casey Keever

July 15, 2018

Excellent tool. I am printing out to use at our next meeting.

Thanks
Casey Keever
Joy Church – Matthews, NC

Pure Desire
Pure Desire

July 10, 2018

Kristy, the link is fixed. Thanks for catching that!

Kristy
Kristy

July 10, 2018

I was unable to download or access the Values List. How can I access this?
Great tool – Thank You

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