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Alcoholism, Addiction, Codependency, Gambling, Sex Addiction – Recovery Is Sexier —- Well it is! – It's sexier than drunk or stoned, no more droopy . . . . .

  • 9 Signs of a Control Freak

    Identifying controlling behaviors can be frustrating. Co-dependents, alcoholics and addicts often practice controlling behavior. Recovery means letting go of control. The first step suggests that “We admitted we were powerless over …”. This list may help start the process. Control freaks rarely know that they are trying to control. They believe that they are helping …∞

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    Control Freak?

    Controllism Questionnaire. Many people in recovery from alcoholism, co-dependency and gambling find they have issues relating to control and submission. To find a comfortable medium one needs to examine the extremes. This is one extreme. Do you find yourself serious most of the time so that having fun is difficult for you? Do you find …∞

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    Am I a Control Freak?

    Some people in recovery may have had the accusation “Your a control freak”. This is particularly so for Adult Children of Alcoholism and other codependents. These statements may answer that question. I must be “needed” in order to have a relationship with others. I value other’s approval of my thinking, feelings and behaviors over my …∞

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