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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'm Grateful today because of each and every one of you, fellowship and being able to see myself as a person in recovery.
  • 1) I am still sober
    2) Its Thursday
    3) My son wants to sign in for football camp
    4) I have noodles for lunch
    5) I got to do my nails
    6) I am grateful even little things I count as a blessing. I thought everything has to be so big but it doesn't have to be.
    7) I have a place to go
    8) I get to go to work
    9) I have tools today to handle every situations
    10) We can live today
  • Fear, regret, and wanting go away when I focus on all that I "can" rather than "can't". I "can" be mindful of the gifts and abilities my God provides. Through him and with him I "can" be as his will for me intends. I'm grateful for each moment of challenge that connects me with him. I'm grateful I'm no longer alone. I'm grateful to no longer be isolated in "self' that says I "can't". I'm grateful for the limitless possibilities for good when my attitude, through him, says I "can".
  • It's a beautiful morning!
  • 1) I am still sober
    2) I woke up today on time
    3) I back at work
    4) Everyone that was in meeting are covid-Free
    5) I am grateful that person finally as ease thru all of this.
    6) I went to meeting
    7) I am grateful for my sponsor
    8) I get to go back to my regular routine
    9) I am grateful for our life
    10) I am grateful for Love and its not just for your partner.
  • Sometimes the winds of life are gentle breezes....sometimes they are stormy and harsh........today I can be flexible—that bendable way that keeps me grounded when the winds of life blow the stormy kinds upon me.
  • I'm alive and sober
  • I have a sister who loves me, a home, a car and A/C.
  • every step with a "1" in it helps me every day. I'm grateful to admit the powerlessness and unmanageable life by taking personal inventory to right any wrong, and stay in contact with my God for guidance to serve others and practice these principles one moment and one day at a time.
  • A new day awaits!
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