When it comes to relationships, what matters most? Is it kindness? Intelligence? Beauty? Wisdom? For Beverly Buncher, Family Recovery and Life Purpose in Recovery Coach, what matters most is the ability to Be A Loving Mirror (BALM) in your own and your loved ones’ lives.
Coach Bev works with the family members of addicts, yet teaches principles that anyone can use in relationship with their loved ones.
Her message: telling each other the truth in a loving, non-judgmental way is the key to a relationship that works, especially during those times when things are going less than smoothly.
During this hour, Bev will share her 12 Keys to Sanity which will guide you to the ability to BE that loving mirror in a loved one’s life. Click here to sign up for free copies of the 12 Keys to Sanity handouts.
About Beverly Buncher
Beverly Buncher, MA, PCC, CTPC, Family Recovery Coach, works with clients individually and in groups, in person and on the phone. Author of the forthcoming book Transform Your Life with the12 Keys to Sanity, she helps family members turn chaos to sanity and helps recovering addicts find and live their life purpose. Coach Bev is internationally recognized as a Professional Certified Coach by ICF (International Coach Federation). She is the family blogger and resident Recovery Coach for In the Rooms (the leading social network for people in recovery) and the Family Recovery Coach for the social network, The Addict’s Mom. She also trains Professional Recovery Coaches for Crossroads Recovery Coaching and is a mentor coach for iPEC. Coach Bev has spent over 26 years as a member of family recovery programs and practices the principles of recovery in her own life on a daily basis. You can learn more about her work on her website at www.beverlybuncher.com and by reading her blog In The Rooms at http://12stepfamily.com.
Beverly’s Success Tips
Spend time daily with your Higher Power in prayer in meditation. Be willing to ask for guidance and then to listen to the answers.
Be willing to drop judgment of others and instead adopt a stance of curiosity about their words and actions. Get to know the people in your life by observing,listening and loving them as they are, rather than through the eyes of your own standards and judgments, which may have nothing to do with who they are or who God wants them to be.
Learn to breathe through each moment. Next time you are about to pick up the phone, take a deep slow breath first. Do the same thing anytime you are about to turn a doorknob. Cultivate a quiet presence within and that sense of inner peace will permeate your life.
Beverly’s Favorite Quote
“It is only with the heart that one sees rightly. That which is essential is invisible to the eye.”
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