PODCAST – One Day At A Time / Detachment (Item #’s B-6 / S-19)

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EPISODE 2 of my “CAL Chat” podcast is now available to listen to!  Why is Al-Anon not considered a self-help recovery program?  How is detaching different than separating?  Am I making my spirit sick?  It was such a good conversation, I didn’t want to edit anything out, so I had to break it into 2 parts.  (To hear this episode, please visit the show’s website at: www.calchatpodcast.com – or you can subscribe to it for free on iTunes & Google Play Music as well & you’ll be notified every time a new episode is posted.)

One Day at a Time - B-6 thumbnailIn part 1 of 2 of Episode 2, BJ talks about her favorite reading, June 14th (pg 166), from the daily reader One Day At A Time In Al-Anon” (item # B-6, B-14 for large print).  She shares her definition of serenity & mentions other possible side effects from taking the medicine of recovery.  A special “bonus material” hunt is involved with this particular page that I explain about in the show  Can you find it?  Happy hunting!

Part 2 of 2 of Episode 2 continues the conversation with BJ and her favorite piece of outreach literature, the Detachment” (item # S-19) leaflet.  We discuss detaching with love, being able to separate the disease from the alcoholic, and how Al-Anon is not a self-help program, but a we program!

Wondering about what Episode 1 was about?  (Hint: see my entry from last month about item # B-22/B-32!)

CAL Chat show on Instagram**BONUS: If you’d like to follow the “CAL Chat” show on Instagram, visit: www.instagram.com/calchatfan1 or search #CALChatFan.  It’s a different way to enjoy Conference Approved Literature.  So, as always, I hope you enjoy & happy reading!

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