Addict II Athlete's podcast

Addict II Athlete's podcast

The Addict II Athlete podcast inspires anyone who wants to turn the Mess of addiction into the Message of sobriety. Whether in recovery yourself or the family or friends for someone who is Addict II Athlete removes the stigma of addiction and creates a foundation of potential and support. Addict II Athlete is a Team of peers, friends, and family who have a desire to create a new way of life. By knowing an addict, having been affected by addiction or being in recovery yourselves, Team Addict II Athlete is here to help. We have come together to help one another with the outcome from all angles of addiction using our Erase and Replace Philosophy. Erase the addiction by replacing the void left behind with a sober support system, health, and wellness, service and support and recreation. We are here to carry the message of recovery and change the outlook of addiction. Our goal is to spread the message of recovery to the addict and family of the addict who still struggles with addicti... Show More
October 1, 2019 66 min

Today’s podcast focuses on Eric Erickson stages of development. Listen as Coach Blu and athletic director Marissa discussed how the stages can help you identify the beginning of your addiction, how to erase and replace the feelings and associations related to the time you used as well as helpful tips on how to help your family members may be struggling.  

  • Stage One (0-1)– Trust vs Mistrust. ...
  • Stage Two (2-3)– Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt. ...
  • Stage Three (4-6)– Initiative vs Guilt. ...
  • Stage Four (7-12)– Industry vs Inferiority. ...
  • Stage Five (13-19) - Identity vs Role Confusion. ...
  • Stage Six (20-40) – Intimacy vs Isolation. ...
  • Stage Seven (40-60) - Generativity versus Stagnation. 
  • Stage Eight 60+ – Ego Integrity vs Despair.
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