The Secret to rTribe Updates

Tribers, Have you ever wondered what to say in an rTribe update? Do you have a check-in streak going but want to get more out of your check ins? Learn how to up your rTribe update game from author Andrew Boa, who is also one of our rTribe coaches. The rTribe Team The Secret to rTribe Updates Many rTribe users … Read More

30 Day Program: Launch Your Recovery with The Tribes

The Tribes is a 30 day program designed to launch your recovery or help you take your recovery up a notch. The vision of The Tribes is captured by the Allegory of the Spoons. Allegory of the Spoons: One day a man said to God, “God, I would like to know what Heaven and Hell are like.” God showed the man two … Read More

My Recovery Toolkit

By Olivia Pennelle Routine is a powerful recovery tool. How do you start? Write. Upon waking: pick up your pen and write about how you slept, how you feel, your plan for the day. Get it all in order.  When we arrive in recovery, we are a shell of a person. We have little or no comprehension of adulthood and a … Read More

5 Guidelines For Choosing A 12-Step Sponsor

5 Guidelines For Choosing A 12-Step Sponsor By Beth Leipholtz   The idea of asking a stranger to be a mentor of sorts was intimidating, but I couldn’t have gotten sober alone. They can help.  Getting sober was never something I could have done on my own. But I didn’t always feel that way. In the beginning, when I wasn’t sure I … Read More

Lessons From a 3-Year-Old

Lessons From a 3-Year-Old By Kathy Klinghorn, LCSW, CSAT-S I recently went camping in a beautiful part of Utah.  The trip was timed well, I was feeling weighted down over some personal challenges.  I knew time in the outdoors would help me get my bearings again and felt hopeful that being in nature I would be more open to the … Read More

Make Changes That Last: Annual Reflection Guide 2016/17

Make Changes That Last: Annual Reflection Guide Today I want to help you make changes that last.  The key to this is REFLECTION. Having said that, for those in recovery reflecting on the year (let alone the last week!) can feel daunting: “Am I just going to see what a failure I’ve been?  How things never change?  How I’ve hurt … Read More

Are You A Dad Who Uses Porn? Part 2

Are You A Dad Who Uses Pornography? (Part 2) by Tyler Patterson, Founder and President, www.everaccountable.com In the last post, we discussed ways to open a conversation with your child/teenager about pornography, how to make a game plan for situations that they may face, and things you can do to hold them accountable. This time, we’ll look at further ways … Read More

Are You A Dad Who Uses Porn?

Are You A Dad Who Uses Pornography? by Tyler Patterson, Founder and President, www.everaccountable.com “He got started on pornography when he found his dad’s stash. He was 8 years old at the time.” A religious leader related this story to me with tears in his eyes as he told me about the many young men in his congregation whom he … Read More

Instructions For A Bad Day [Video: 5min]

Instructions For A Bad Day   If you are having a difficult day check this out.  You may not resonate with every statement but there are bound to be a few in here that help you make it through.  Write them down.  Message them to your friends in rTribe or put them in your check in.  Share what they mean … Read More

Is Your Recovery Thriving?

Is your recovery thriving? Starting out in recovery but not sure where to begin? Have you been trying and failing to succeed in your recovery far longer than you’d like to admit? When I (Josh) was in my addiction I was struggling…again and again I would try to stop certain behaviors that went against my values. Again and again I … Read More