Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 3 – How to Deal with Shame and Guilt in Early Recovery
Hosts: Paul Garrigan, and Jordan Leef
In this episode of the Hope Mindful Compassion Show, Paul and Jordan discuss the experience of being overwhelmed by guilt and shame in early recovery. The inability to deal with such negativity is a common cause of relapse, but this challenge can be easily overcome by using mindfulness and compassion.
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