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  • In 4 24!
  • Day#19. Here's to Day#20. Wishing all of you the Best for Today :)
  • Good morning to everyone. Huge hugs of love for all. I'm in with my pledge to live another 24 hours in recovery. Please Pray for Peace.
  • I'm in with my pledge for another 24. Wishing everyone a safe day in recovery.
  • Humbly taking this day and choosing health and recovery. Keeping it quiet,calm and alcohol free. Everyday is rehab. Everyday is a spiritual retreat.
  • Today I give my will over to God. Pledging 24 hrs of sobriety.
  • Good morning ((((Everyone)))). I'm in with my pledge to not drink alcohol today. Seeing my GP today to see if there's anything that can be done about my acid reflux, then it's off to work. Managed to scare my psychiatrist yesterday, which isn't easy to do, so he's once again adjusted my meds. Hope you all have a good and sober Tues.
    Sarah
  • Morning. Love ya all looking forward to 100% sober living today grateful this am And I believe God and AA can do for me what I could not stay sober that's some great news, I don't have to get drunk today. Wow
  • Breathe. I am going to let God do for me what I cannot do for myself today.
  • I'm a 66 Old Man trying to get sober and I'm struggling
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Not Helpless

My Al-Anon friend Lynn sent me this.  
Paul
Accepting that I was powerless over people, places and things was a concept I rebelled against on almost every level in the beginning. Before recovery, I labored under the belief that I could not only control others (especially those I loved and cared for), but that it was my duty to do so. Despite the fact that it rarely worked, I stubbornly persisted, frustrating myself and irritating…
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  • No headache. No pounding water. Just Coffee :)
  • God loves me and you too
  • of lessons in humilty
  • I made it through the first week.
  • I didn't start my week hung over!
  • I'm no longer too proud to apologize when I've been mean to someone.
    • Apology is so important. It cleans up your part of the sidewalk even when others are "incapable" of it. As a kid, I was always doing something wrong therefore always apologizing. I never really got one when people had done me wrong. It leaves you feeling like they just don't care or respect you. But that's not it at all. It takes a big person to apologize and admit they were wrong. That my friend is true strength in character.
    • I really like your comment, a person just can't grow spiritually without it...I know because I had a father that never said sorry once for his constant meanness in his entire life.
    • I know what that feels like. My mother would say the most rotten things to me and never apologize. To this day when we argue, I always apologize first. I later realized that it was not my problem.
    • I love this. I'm currently waiting for an apology that I deserve but I don't think I'll get. Please pray for me that I can forgive her anyway!!!
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