Today on In The Circle, we field a heartfelt and powerful inquiry about relationships from Jeff, a member of our Recovery 2.0 community. He asks… What do we do when people in our lives exit, whether by separation, or disagreement, or death?
This question cuts to the core of our shared experience as mortal human beings. The nature of our relationships with one another dictates that they end – somehow, some way. But why tie negative feelings and words to something so inevitable?
More than death as a means of losing someone, Jeff’s inquiry brings up the idea of lost relationships, both romantic and social – leading us to acknowledge the last few years as being especially turbulent in this area.
Ultimately, we find ourselves arriving face to face with the most important relationship, the one with our true self.
Losing someone is not an end. It’s also not a beginning. It’s a continuation.
– Tommy Rosen, In The Circle Podcast
- What happens when you lose someone close to you?
- How does the catalyst for such a change impact the process?
- Reflecting on the meaning of connection
- Honoring the shifting nature of relationships
- Navigating change with integrity and strength
Addiction is part of everyone’s journey, but recovery is not.
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