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  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • Pledging another 24, a little late today, but still sober!
  • The next 24 will benefit from success in this 24
  • I pledge another day of sobriety with Gods help
  • These 24 hours I pledge my best with calm in recovery.
  • 24h sober
  • I love being clean and free!!! 24 more please!!! :)
  • Good morning, (((All))). Gratefully pledging 24 hours living in recovery. Feeling heartbroken for my city and community today. Reaching out to friends and family to stay grounded. Blessings and hugs to all of you.
  • Good morning ((((Everyone)))). I'm happily in with my pledge to stay sober today. Another day of doing taxes, and then out to my pharmacy as my big excursion for the week. Hope you all have a good and sober Fri.
    Sarah
  • Grateful to pledge another 24hrs!
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  • Empathy
  • calm
  • Peace
  • Clean
  • Grace
  • Freedom
  • shareing
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Overthinking Leads to Underserving

When a slight veil of coronavirus restriction lifted, my husband received notice that he could return to work. While the excitement for that bit of freedom was tangible, I felt a tingle of fear. However, I carried on and cheered for the truth that this pandemic is just our right now and not our forever.  

That morning of his first day back, I drove him to the front door. Before he stepped out of the car, I looked him…

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Panic?? Why??

I wll not agrgue that the Corona Virus has alterd (temporarly) our society. Cause for panic? Absolutley Not!

When I was drinking I was the ultimate chicken little., "The sky is falling! The sky is falling!" I loved it! I used to thrive on crisis.

Needless to say I spent a whole lt of wasred time and energy in running in circles.

Recovery has given me the ability to step back and dispassionately evaluate the situation. Before I start running in circles and screaming, "The…

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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I am alive and able to provide this entry
  • when struggle or difficulties occur I know I can find calm acceptance. My recovery tools are there. I can take the time to use them.
  • I got up and ran this morning!
  • I just finished my final exam for addictions studies and was able to offer some history on AA. It was very satisfying.
  • It's cooler today, the sun is shining and my cat Harry is keeping me company as I have a cup of coffee.
  • i know where ive been and can help others by sharing my experiances
  • TGIF!
  • I just realized I have been sober for 2 years as of yesterday. What a blessing to just Be sober.
    • Congratulations on an awesome accomplishment!
    • Oh My How Wonderful! Super Congrats Hugs to Ya! A lot to be grateful for!
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