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KingLeoOfTheSeas 🦈 Nov 12
Landed a sponsor today huge step for me! Super grateful and thankful for all the opportunities from AA and !
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Jeffrey Munn, MA MFT Nov 15
I wrote a Book about the 12 steps. The Practical 12 Steps: An Addiction Recovery Guide for Atheists and Agnostics. I'd love to hear your thoughts. I know this is a long shot, but why not try?
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Cowslip 22h
Replying to @SocialM85897394
Sciatica? That's a new euphemism, but unfair on all those with genuine back problems who aren't disgraceful old soaks.
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Ghetto-don-visionary Nov 8
Laundry after work tired though
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Geri Byrne-Thompson Nov 13
Thanks to East Lancs AA for running the session in Haworth yesterday; supporting residents to address alcohol/substance misuse issues We are looking forward to promoting Alcohol Awarness week next week. #peerledsupport#visiblerecovery
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CoreDJ Shorty Smooth Nov 14
Gm.. I still remember the feeling of saying that I’d rather die than have to get high another day... Thank God for setting me free and letting me live.. 27yrs clean and serene 11/14/91 We do recover
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NAD Doc 10h
Detox first, then maintain I'm in love with Recovery, it works for me and helps and encourages me to be a better man, father and husband. some medications should NOT disqualify sobriety
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Reverend Weisz Nov 11
I’ve invented a new drinking game: You take a shot every time you get worried about the state of the world In other news: the police won’t let me drive any more.
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Psychic Change Nov 15
Got 6 months today! Still a work in progress, but I feel like life is more under control and my heart is more open. Walking into that first meeting was the best decision of my life. 🙏🏼
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LSSND Nov 13
The first problem is the gambling. The second is summoning up the nerve to get help, especially when you're embarrassed by the money spent and not sure where to seek help. Our Gambler Healing is a -based e-course they can take in their own homes:
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Raymond Estefania 15h
The come to mind most often when people think of recovery; however, there are options available for people desiring a non-12-step rehab experience. Please follow the link to learn more about .
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Amanda R Nov 15
This is a good reminder of how far I've come bc I used to think this way a lot!!
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Reflections Recovery Nov 11
Our primary therapist, Dave Bazzell, has 17 years experience in counseling & specializes in REBT, Motivational Interviewing & the .
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Nigel Roberts Nov 13
Lovely stroll earlier with the dog. Lots to think of as I went along business wise. It all became clearer at the end of the walk. I live by a program of action and
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12 Step Lifestyle Nov 13
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Friend of Bill W. Nov 13
I realize now that this phase of my development had been arrested by my obsession with self, and my egocentricity had reached such proportions that adjustment to anything outside my personal control was impossible for me.
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PhantomPhoenix Nov 8
30 days is exciting yet exhausting. Not sure 🤔 which program more critical. 12 steps or
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Joshua Gillespie Nov 15
This interview is one of many demonstrating how vast perspectives can be, while showing ones willingness discuss and ones willingness to prove.
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12 Step Lifestyle Nov 15
Miracles happen. Magic happens. If you're doubtful, get clean and practice the principles - then you'll know. .
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Donna Nov 9
Love the scene with Richard in the bar.
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