“AMAZING THINGS COME WITH SOBRIETY. INSTEAD OF NUMBING YOUR SENSES, THEY COME ALIVE.” Dr. Michael Sprintz, MD

“It’s important to comment that before people feel the full benefits of sobriety, often there are withdrawals, cravings, blossoming of anxieties, insomnia, loss of comforting rhythms/routines, loss/alterations of friendships, etc. However, with assistance, within weeks to months, sobriety gives those willing to try, so much more.” Charles Tadros, MD P.S. IF YOU EXPERIENCE ANY OFContinue reading ““AMAZING THINGS COME WITH SOBRIETY. INSTEAD OF NUMBING YOUR SENSES, THEY COME ALIVE.” Dr. Michael Sprintz, MD”

EARLY IN LIFE, WHEN WE ARE STARTING TO MAKE AN INCOME, WE MAY WANT TO DONATE A PORTION OF OUR INCOME TO HELP SUPPORT A PLACE OF WORSHIP, HELP THE SICK, HELP THE ELDERLY, HELP CHILDREN, HELP THE HOMELESS, HELP HOMELESS OR ABUSED PETS, OR HELP THE ENVIRONMENT. GO AHEAD AND DONATE. START SMALL. DO NOT DELAY UNTIL WE ARE FINANCIALLY STABLE BEFORE WE ACT ON WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO US.

Charles Tadros, M.D. April 14, 2022 Saint Louis, Missouri

SIMPLIFY AND SYSTEMATIZE OUR LIVES. OUR LIVES ARE MADE OF SIMPLE AND COMPLEX (BROKEN DOWN INTO MULTIPLE SIMPLE) DAILY ROUTINES. MAKE THESE GOALS SIMPLE AND ACHIEVABLE.

BEING ORGANIZED DOES NOT MEAN BEING RIGID, INFLEXIBLE, enduring LOSS OF FUN, or having a LACK OF SPONTANEITY. Recognize that when we have completed what we have scheduled, then we are DONE, FREE, UNENCUMBERED! Write EVERYTHING down in a specific spot. Severely limit how many (i.e. keep it to one or two) places you haveContinue reading “SIMPLIFY AND SYSTEMATIZE OUR LIVES. OUR LIVES ARE MADE OF SIMPLE AND COMPLEX (BROKEN DOWN INTO MULTIPLE SIMPLE) DAILY ROUTINES. MAKE THESE GOALS SIMPLE AND ACHIEVABLE.”