Concentrating on others needs and problems. Analyzing their motives and Celebrate Recovery Rules behavior. Asking questions of others. Telling stories about what he/she did
Negative Results: Helps us avoid our own issues. Makes us observers, not participants. Puts a safe (and lonely) distance between ourselves and others.
Rule 1: Keep your sharing focused on your own thoughts and feelings. Please limit your sharing to 3-5 minutes.
Rule 2: We are here to support one another. We will not attempt to "fix" one another.
Goals: Work on self. Share personal needs, feelings, ideas and problems. Allow time for all those who need share.
BREAKING CONFIDENTIALITY:Telling outsiders what was said or done in group. Gossip disguised as a prayer request.
Negative Results: Violates trust and safety. Makes members afraid to share risky material.
Rule: 3 Anonymity and confidentiality are basic requirements. What is shared in the group stays in the group.
Goals: Celebrate Recovery is a safe place.
Interrupting people, asking questions, having a dialogue with one other member of the group.
Negative Results: Members fear that they won't be able to finish sharing, that their ideas are not valued, or that they won't get a chance to speak.
Rule 4: There will be no cross-talk please. Cross-talk is when two individuals engage in a dialogue, excluding all others. Each person is free to express feelings without interruption.
Rule 5: Offensive language has no place in a Christ-centered recovery group.Goals: Listen respectfully to what others choose to share.
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