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  • Pledging another 24
  • A pledge for today. And gratitude.
  • I'm pledging not to drink and to continue taper of medication. Having a really rough time of it, but, I know it will pass.
  • Twenty four more hours of sobriety. That's my goal for today. I pledge not to drink these next twenty four hours.
  • Beautiful walk tonight. Made it out of the store feeling at peace followed by some writing and nice meal. Thank you lord for another day sober.
  • Today I am starting over in my recovery ... I need to stay strong and focus on what I really want my life to be.
    • Starting over is a wonderful thing!! And so glad you are here with us to do that very thing. We are here for and with you every step of the way. Just be willing to be uncomfortable until the uncomfortable becomes comfortable.....and it will happen. Welcome to ....US! Big Tennessee Welcome and Support Hugs! thomas
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    A beautiful Saturday off to a great morning and afternoon of working on home projects, putting little ducks in a row and just taking care of little things and enjoying the day. How satisfying to know that without drink or drugs inside of me, I can enjoy life on life's terms, relax in just being okay, and rest in knowing that there is nothing that is not manageable either in solutions or lessons to be learned. Life is just plain smoother and better this way. I think I'll keep it.

    So let's do it on this weekend Saturday together gang! Big Hugs on Everyone! thomas
  • I'm in with my pledge today. Living in grateful sobriety.
  • In with my pledge for another 24 hours of grateful sobriety
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  • I am only powerless over mood altering things. The rest of my life is a journey of empowerment.
    • ((((Gail )))) That is the most powerful and effective mindset for recovery that exists! You are MORE than well on your way girl! Such wonderful progress, attitude, and mindset! You go girl!
    • Thank you (((((Thomas))))) for showing me about Empowerment Recovery!
  • ....grateful for the really big one! That I have recovered from alcohol and drug addiction. How nice to live in the peace of knowing all of that is now a done deal and now it's all about....improving, growing, and you!
  • I can live in the moment
  • It's full of opportunities.
  • I get to spend a relaxing few days in peace with my husband and son after a very stressful work week!
  • I didn't medicate my anxiety but with bravery and faith in my HP I got through to the truth.
    • Courage and commitment are coming out of you all over the place! You are standing tall my friend!!
  • I associate with more grounded people in A.A. I am starting to pick up on the types of bad behavior I also want nothing to do with. Before, I got sober I would talk to anyone and always got myself in trouble. My standards seem to be where they need to be. Wait, I actually have standards and I am more choosy about who I invite into my life. I continue to understand that everyone is on their own path including me and it helps me to not judge others as well. I like the Max Ehrmann poem "Desiderata". It keeps things in perspective for me and is such a beautiful piece of writing.
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