Externals

An “external” is anything that is “outside” of me, such as other people, relationships, “being loved,” experiences, circumstances, physical objects, how others treat me, food, substances / drugs, sex, cars, boats, houses, money, employment, etc.  In the context of addiction recovery and connection, externals are anything we are co-dependently reliant on; anything we believe we “cannot” live without.  In this sense, externals can also include things which are inside of us, which we rely on addictively, such as particular emotions (anger, sadness, etc.), behaviors, thinking patterns, etc.


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