Having questions, being curious, thinking – these are things I never really did very much when I was in full addict cycle.
Maybe that’s not true.
Maybe my questions were more self-centered or to prove that I was right and others were wrong.
Either way, I’m learning that asking questions about recovery is always a good thing: it means I’m thinking about recovery, it means I want to learn, it means I don’t think I have it all figured out and can “move on” or “go back to normal.”
Today’s discussion has been started by one of our readers.
Mark in AZ asks:
What are healthy physical touching boundaries?
Differences between intimate and playful…pestering and playful, pestering and intimate. Too much vs too little. Focused on relationship with the spouse.
Any response from good books, sound experiences. What worked what didn’t…
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What’s been your experience?
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