CoDA Weekly Reading 8/17/22

 
From: "CoDA Weekly Reading" <co-nnectionreadings@codependents.org>
Subject: CoDA Weekly Reading 8/17/22
Date: August 17th 2022

I Trust Those Who Are Trustworthy

“I [learn to] trust those who are trustworthy” ~ Promise Seven.

Before attending my first CoDA meeting, I had an open-door policy for trust. I trusted people and what they said – until they gave me a reason not to. With the help of CoDA’s 12 Promises, I’ve learned to protect myself by trusting people’s actions, and not just single actions, but actions repeated over time. Now my window of trust (which is no longer a door) is only open for those whose actions match their words over time - trustworthy people.

For this lesson I am forever grateful.

Peace & Healing CD ~ 06/22/22

 

 

Everybody in CoDA has a story to tell. Sharing yours may help thousands of codependents still suffering. We are always accepting submissions. Please contribute your experience, strength and hope by emailing your story to wr@coda.org.

 

You can review previous 2015 - 2022 readings here: https://codependents.org/cgi-bin/dada/mail.cgi/list/connections/ .

Older readings are here: https://coda.org/co-nnections-recovery-stories/

If you have a friend who would like to subscribe, please have them go here: https://codependents.org/cgi-bin/dada/mail.cgi/list/connections/

If you have a general question about CoDA (as opposed to the specific content of this email), please email info@coda.org

If you wish more information by phone, please call (888) 444-2359 {Toll free} or (602) 277-7991.

For Spanish inquiries you may email espanol@coda.org or call (888) 444-2379 {Spanish toll free}.

  • This mailing list is a public mailing list - anyone may join or leave, at any time.
  • This mailing list is announce-only.

Each week, subscribers will automatically receive an email with a new "recovery reading". Hopefully, viewing this member created work will provide subscribers with thoughts to reflect upon during the remainder of the week.

Privacy Policy:

Per the 11th & 12th Traditions this list is private.

https://coda.org/privacy/