Faith and Recovery
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Faith and Recovery

Why Being More Authentic Has Never Been More Important

We can no longer prioritize relationships and roles that disconnect us from who we are.

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As human beings we have two basic emotional needs, which are often in conflict with one another — our emotional need for attachment to other people and our emotional need for authenticity.

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Exploring all things related to addiction, faith, and recovery.

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Marc Simon

Marc Simon

Husband and Father of 2 / Author / Pastor / Executive Coach / Counselor/ www.marcsimon.org

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