If you haven’t heard already.. AI’s are slowly but surely taking over the world! There’s no point in hiding or running away because they’re already here and they’re powerful! All jokes aside, AI’s are very intelligent and if used correctly, can support you in ways you never thought possible. For example, I thought it wouldContinue reading “A Blog Post About Young Adult Peer Support by ChatGPT”
Everyone experiences overwhelming emotions sometimes. It’s not an experience unique to people who are neurodiverse or in recovery. We will all feel overwhelmed from the loss of a loved one at some point. And who goes through life without ever having a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day? It would blow my mind toContinue reading “Adulting, Chapter 3: Basic Distress Tolerance Skills”
We’ve made a bunch of templates for daily maintenance checklists you can print yourself or at a print shop. Or you can come visit us at our offices for print-outs. We’d be happy to work on one with you. Enjoy!
Last week, we focused on tools for cultivating self-awareness one day at a time. This week, we’re focusing on short- and mid-term planning. Specifically, we’ll be talking about how to create a weekly schedule that you can actually use. Why bother with weekly scheduling or planning? With mounting frequency, I find myself staring into theContinue reading “Adulting, Chapter 2: Weekly Scheduling and Planning”
Welcome back to Join Rise Be’s Adulting series! In this first installment, I’ll cover 2 basic organizational tools I use: A daily maintenance checklist A wellness inventory Not exactly mind-blowing drops of wisdom, but bedrock ain’t the most elegant stuff unless you’re surveying the Grand Canyon. The beauty of this system emerges at scale. WhyContinue reading “Adulting, Chapter 1: Daily Maintenance”
Join Rise Be is a peer-run initiative for emerging adults (ages 18-29) in recovery. We define recovery as an internal shift from the inability to overcome challenges into a manageable state of self-awareness where growth is attainable. And in many ways, doesn’t that feel like growing up? Ain’t recovery the process of coming to recognizeContinue reading “JRB’s New Adulting Series”