Addictionland - Addiction Recover Blog
Getting into recovery is one of the most purposeful things I have ever done. It took me from a life of denial, enabling, projecting, blame and judgment, into one of inner freedom and service. Yet, even in recovery, I continued to face the question: What is it that I am here to do?
For years I was a teacher and a school principal. Though the work was worthwhile, it didn't feel "on purpose" for me. I had this gnawing feeling there was something more I was supposed to be doing - a different path my life was meant to take.
Once I changed careers, everyone said that of course I would coach teachers and principals, and of course, I usually have a few clients who are teachers and principals. But, I knew right from the start of my coaching career that coaching educators was not my main purpose...
Eventually, I came across a Life Purpose Coach who took me by the hand and helped me find the detailed, specific contribution I came to this planet to make, day in and day out, in my career and in my life. For me, pursuing Life Purpose Coaching was a no brainer. I wanted to know mine. I had a deep yearning to know my True Purpose for being here so I could live out the rest of my days making the difference I was meant to make. So, I pursued the work with all of the energy I had given to the steps the first time my sponsor took me through them, and more.
Finding my purpose made such a huge difference for me. I knew exactly who I came here to serve and continue to learn more and more to this day about how to serve them.
In my case, you might have guessed, I am here to serve the families of addicts. My mission is to end relapse by helping the families of addicts blaze the trail to sobriety in their homes. Powerful words for a powerful mission.
I do this through individual and group coaching as well as through writing blogs, articles and books. I also have a non-profit that I just started called Family Recovery Resources, Inc., which is designed to help family members who cannot afford coaching get it!
Additionally, I help addicts and family members find their Life Purpose through individual and group coaching in my Life Purpose in Recovery(TM) programs.
As you might imagine, I wake up each morning eager to face each day and discover the miracles and opportunities to serve that it holds.
If you would like to learn more about how to find your Life Purpose in
Recovery (TM), let's talk! Not everyone has the particular hole in their soul that yearns for a purpose beyond what their life is currently showing them. But if you do, you know it and I can help!
Looking forward to helping you make Life Purpose the next best step on your recovery path!
Have a great week!
Beverly Buncher, MA, PCC, CTPC
Family Recovery Coach
Professional Certified Coach (through the International Coach Federation)
Certified True Purpose Coach
786 859 4050