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Is REAL Love Recovery 101 right for you?

You probably have a lot of questions, and that is totally normal. You've also probably tried other recovery programs, read other recovery books, and may have wondered if you have what it takes to stop compulsive, addictive, and self-destructive behaviors. The answer is yes. You have determination, grit, and hope. It might all be hanging on by a thread, but you have it, or you would not be here. I'm going to have you answer a few questions. Your responses will help us both know where you are at in recovery. Really dig deep and consider your responses to these questions. After that, I will be in touch with next steps and to help you navigate moving forward in recovery.

You can email me anytime at Lacy@HerRecoveryRoadmap.com

 
Name *
Name
Commitment *
Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to make a long-term romantic relationships works?
rumination *
Do you ruminate on conversations, thinking about what you could have/should have said, especially with a "target" or current crush?
wonder feelings *
Do you find yourself wondering if a man you should not be attracted to has feelings for you?
own program *
Have you created your own makeshift recovery program with tools from multiple sources, but struggled to find one program that feels complete?
12-step *
Have you tried a 12-step recovery program to help you with compulsive love/sex-based behaviors or thoughts?
can't learn *
Do you ever wonder what other women know about love and relationships that you can't seem to learn?
thinking *
How often so you find yourself thinking about a man (or woman) other than your significant other, in a romantic or sexual way?
secrets *
Do you keep secrets from, or tell partial truths to, your significant other about specific relationships out of fear they will become suspicious?
what it takes *
How willing are you to do what it takes to heal from your upsetting or frustrating relationship, love, or sex-based patterns and behaviors?
Save *
Do you want to save your current marriage/significant romantic relationship?
compare *
Do you compare your romantic relationship to other people's, or that you think other people's relationships are like?
lacking
When you do compare, what is the result, most often?
else *
How often do you wish your husband/significant other was more like someone else?
Is there anything else you would like me to know?
Before you submit this form, I just want you to know how common issues like those above are. You are not alone. I will be in touch soon to talk about next steps, and see how I might be of service. Yours in Recovery Lacy Alajna (Alaina) Lacy@HerRecoveryRoadmap.com