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Oct 4, 2018
Today’s episode is a continuing episode of 38 with featured recovery coach, Cortney Lovell, where you will hear more about an honest account of living with addiction and the process of recovery.
 
In this episode, Cortney provides us with an inside look on how she is advocating to change the current systems set up for dealing with recovery, the new way to treat those struggling with addiction, knowledge about how to actively deal with a loved one who may be using, what it really looks like to surrender your will, how the act of service and giving to others deepened her connection to her spirituality and the role that spirituality played to change her entire life. 
 
Widely regarded as one of the nation’s top leaders in Recovery Coaching, Cortney Lovell is a modern messenger for change. 
 
Resources: 
Recovery: A Coaching Workbook 
Our Wellness Collective
 
Cortney's Instagram: 
lovellcortney
 
Quotes during the show:
 
"Persistent love plays a huge part in ability to heal and recover pain,trauma, and self worth. Tough love is not the answer. "
 
“Surrendering your will is not this defeatist approach to recovery. It's not this throw your hands in the air and not do anything. The beauty of it is that we don't have to hold onto the pain and suffering of the moment. You don’t have to sit in it anymore. Your higher power will take care of it." 
 
 
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