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  • I will turn to my HP today when I am feeling out of control with others.
  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • I'm all n 4 24 thanks family have a wonderful day!
  • Thanks Tom... I have been bouncing along the recovery path for over 30 years. Most days I get it right... one trick is, just stay too busy accomplishing small things. Even a series of really small things... anything you can feel good about having done. Clean the cat box, arrange the kitchen drawers, measure for curtains... anything.
  • Happy Friday. Very grateful I can make my pledge to stay sober today and it’s one I’m keeping. Have a great day and be kind to yourself.
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  • I am here today.
  • Pledging another 24 hours sober!
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    Recovery allows us the chance to reach for all that we've only daydreamed before of becoming and doing. Step out and let the Universe handle the expectations of it all and it's amazing the miracles that start unfolding. Much like my music and performing. I approach it all with great passion and intensity—as if it's success depends entirely upon me. Then I try as best I can to let go of any expectations I have of how it will be received by the world. Over and over I have been quite delightfully surprised by joy. It's a choice that anyone can make.
    Want to paint? Buy a canvas and color and begin. Want the job you would love instead of the one you trudge through? Polish a resume, put some gas in the tank and get out there. Want to see what Italy looks like? Start a vacation fund and mark a date on the calendar. Want to _____? Fill in the blank, let the Universe take care of the details and the results......and get busy!

    Let's all do it together again today gang. There is something quite powerful in this each-othering way of recovery. Big Hugs on Everyone....thomas
  • Pledging that I will stay sober today.
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  • gratitude
  • Peaceful
  • Newness
  • Sobriety
  • Meetings
  • Sanity
  • Learn
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Although I have 9 1/2 years of continuous sobriety now, I put my family through HELL getting here.  They've been to a family program @ the Betty Ford Center and attended alanon but I kept drinking.  Now, I would like some ideas for thanking them, other than my continued sobriety and return and participation, to real world life.  Any ideas?  Thanks in advance for your help with this.


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  • I am off for the day and can go to a meeting and also get some exercise.
  • ....I realize how the Universe balances everything, both the good and not so good so that I can grow into bigger shoes and be a little better and more than I was at this same time yesterday.
  • I not going through highs and lows for right now, life is just smooth and even, so I will enjoy it while it lasts and grow from it. I believe God's giving me a little rest from the little stress's I went through a few weeks ago. I'm so grateful.
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  • I am sober!!!
  • I’m continuing to learn new things about myself.
  • I am going to attend D.D. Group tonight here.
  • Challenges to master.
  • My basic needs of food, shelter, clothing are met. That I will give kind words to those I meet, when i invite God to remain with me this day. Thank you all for coming and sharing your thoughts, we are together.
  • A new day to start fresh.
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