Addict Alcoholic: Former Addict Leads theCall to Recovery

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Addict Alcoholic: Former addict leads theCall to Recovery
An enforcement agent with the Alcoholic Beverage Commission wrote, “Your attitude and commitment (are) real inspirations to me. People such as yourself will be the ones who will eventually win the war on drugs in Texas.
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Addict Alcoholic: Walk, Talk and KLEAN
If you are an addict/alcoholic and want to stop doing what you're doing and can't, you don't have to do it alone. I know I couldn't. I went to treatment and then to 12-step meetings which I still attend regularly by choice. Long before there were HIV

Addict Alcoholic: Peer specialists help others in recovery at Larimer Center for Mental Health
Ginger Blessing doesn't shy away from calling herself a drug addict and an alcoholic. She's also pretty open about her struggles with mental illness. "I just thought it was because of the drugs and alcohol that I was doing stupid things," she said.
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Addict Alcoholic: July 22 Steps In Action Alcoholics Anonymous

DonInLondon ~ Issues of later sobriety, a local meeting. Good to listen to sober people in the AA fellowship for many years. The good news, the issues are clearer, the feelings fit the present moment and we can still be “as daft as a brush” one day at a time… Newcomers in our meetings. Sometimes when I see a newcomer across a crowded room, at the end of a meeting, I see their aloneness, isolation and disconnection. I cannot always speak to them, age and gender stops me. I have to hope an appropriate person will and share their message of experience strength and hope… “The good and the bad” We learn what works in life, the good of living sober. We learn what does not work, the pain in living sober, old habits die hard. From extremes back then: to new attitudes and behaviour. From unsustainable extremes, to deeper balances in living, today wisdom grows with sober first Sober first, “we do not accept the unacceptable.” Sober first, we feel right and think right more often. We feel love, love back and become useful. Acceptance of the truth of now, we see the difference between our good and bad experiences in our attitudes and behaviour. We need let go with love what is vexatious today… -/- AA Daily Reflections ~ “”The good and the bad”: July 22 ~ “My Creator, I am now willing that you should have all of me, good and bad.” [AA Book] Step 7 Reflections The joy of life is in the giving. Being freed of my shortcomings, that I may more freely be of service, allows humility
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