A big part of setting personal boundaries in our lives is knowing how and when to say no. None of us like to say it, but there are times when we have too. As I completed the 12 steps and applied the principles of recovery to my life I set personal boundaries. Set for my own recovery and well-being. Not everyone liked them, I didn’t like some of them but they were and continue to be necessary to maintaining continuing spiritual growth. Alone time with God for me is imperative to me being able to function daily for Him, How is it with you?
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I was born in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. I now live in Melbourne Australia with my wife Karen and my three children Duncan (23) Mitchell (21) and Ashleigh (17). I am a recovered alcoholic. recovered through the Saving Grace of Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit living in and working through me. My life mission is to help people suffering from addiction to discover personal relationship with Jesus Christ so they to can experience what it means to be truly sober. View all posts by ArchieB