Emotional Sobriety

  1. Tom B. Jr. – Emotional Sobriety & Perfectionism (very solid message) by Tom B 265 Votes | 3.86 Stars
  2. Next Steps – Emotional Sobriety – Part 1 by Emotional Sobriety Workshop - Dave F and Mark Houston 81 Votes | 3.69 Stars
  3. Next Steps – Emotional Sobriety – Part 2 (Step 1, Spiritual Malady examined) by Emotional Sobriety Workshop - Dave F and Mark Houston 80 Votes | 3.85 Stars
  4. Emotional Sobriety @ West Ptld Group by Sharon B 78 Votes | 3.5 Stars
  5. Next Steps – Step 2 – (Part 3) by Emotional Sobriety Workshop - Dave F and Mark Houston 53 Votes | 3.96 Stars
  6. Don C (Native American) Bluff City, Memphis TN. 10-12-97 by Don C 46 Votes | 4.24 Stars
  7. Communication in Sober Relationships by Dr. Paul O 43 Votes | 3.44 Stars
  8. Howard P. – Steps 1-3, Meditation leads to Higher Power by Howard P 37 Votes | 3.7 Stars
  9. Fellowship of the Spirit Retreat – Part 1 by Fellowship of the Spirit Retreat 26 Votes | 3.65 Stars
  10. Beth B. on Transformation, Emotional Sobriety, and Relationships by 26 Votes | 4 Stars
  11. Russell S Why Do I Always Have To Get…? by Russel S 24 Votes | 4.21 Stars
  12. Tom B ‘Emotional Sobriety’; Virginia Beach, VA; 1996 by Tom B 24 Votes | 3.5 Stars
  13. Next Steps – Emotional Sobriety – Part 5 by Emotional Sobriety Workshop - Dave F and Mark Houston 23 Votes | 4.09 Stars
  14. Next Steps – Emotional Sobriety – Part 4 by Emotional Sobriety Workshop - Dave F and Mark Houston 23 Votes | 4.17 Stars
  15. Emotional Sobriety @ West Portland Group – 2005 by Polly P 22 Votes | 3.95 Stars
  16. Next Steps – Emotional Sobriety – Part 11 by Emotional Sobriety Workshop - Dave F and Mark Houston 17 Votes | 4.18 Stars
  17. On Emotional Sobriety and Recovery by Chris S 17 Votes | 3.06 Stars
  18. Next Steps – Emotional Sobriety – Part 10 by Emotional Sobriety Workshop - Dave F and Mark Houston 16 Votes | 3.88 Stars
  19. Next Steps – Emotional Sobriety – Part 6 by Emotional Sobriety Workshop - Dave F and Mark Houston 15 Votes | 4.6 Stars
  20. Emotional Sobriety by 15 Votes | 3.4 Stars
  21. Next Steps – Emotional Sobriety – Part 7 by Emotional Sobriety Workshop - Dave F and Mark Houston 14 Votes | 3.36 Stars
  22. Joshua S. – South College Speaker Group Delaware 7/5/17 by Local Meeting Speakers 14 Votes | 3.57 Stars
  23. Bob Earll -Funny and Inspiring – Sacramento CA. 1997-02-15 by Bob E 14 Votes | 4.79 Stars
  24. Next Steps – Emotional Sobriety – Part 8 (with Chris R) by Emotional Sobriety Workshop - Dave F and Mark Houston 13 Votes | 4 Stars
  25. Chris S – Spiritual Awakening, Insanity, Emotional Sobriety by Spiritual Awakenings Group, NJ 12 Votes | 3.5 Stars
  26. 12th Session Peter M. Winter Step Series 2014 by Peter M - 2014 Step Series 12 Votes | 3.58 Stars
  27. Next Steps – Emotional Sobriety – Part 9 by Emotional Sobriety Workshop - Dave F and Mark Houston 11 Votes | 3.82 Stars
  28. You Can’t Make Me Angry – part 2 by Dr. Paul O 10 Votes | 4 Stars
  29. Bill C. from Torrance CA. at FOTS Copper Mtn. CO. 2008 by Bill C 10 Votes | 4.2 Stars
  30. Dottie Schorr on The Spiritual Malady and Emotional Sobriety (Stockton CA 5 -11-85) by Dottie S 9 Votes | 3.33 Stars
  31. Nurse Brenda Alco-An Club Orlando 11-06-2010 by Central Orlando Sat. Night Speakers 2 Votes | 3 Stars
  32. Chris S at the Carry this Message Group: Steps out of the BB, Emotional Sobriety, Fellowship vs. Sponsorship by Chris S 1 Votes | 4 Stars

Unrated Emotional Sobriety Tapes

First of all we will tell you what is emotional sobriety? Some might think that it means being “happy, joyous, and free,” a common adage in 12-Step meetings, taken from AA literature. Of course, people like this definition. It means that if they work a good program, they will achieve physical sobriety (abstinence) and become happy in the process.

Our brilliant Dave F and Mark Houston explain the Part of emotional sobriety lies in learning how to live with and manage a certain amount of stress, ambivalence, fear, anxiety, and disappointment, and how to temper those emotions and feelings with love, acceptance, productivity, exercise, healthy living and community. Emotional Sobriety is for people who are trying to live a balanced life. Emotional sobriety is an important factor in recovery. It means being able to confront and cope with all the negative emotions that were ignored when using drugs or alcohol.