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Big Book Compendium 17h
P.64 “Our liquor was but a symptom.” A symptom is an indicator to disease of disorder. You cannot have a symptom without having a cause. Until you eliminate the cause the symptom will always reappear.
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Michele Zumwalt 23h
My say stuff like: The good news is: If you stick with your friends, you’ll never have to drink again. The bad news is: We’re your friends. 🤪
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RobertRecovers 🗻 ODAT 40-plus years Jan 20
Y'all know the saying, "You can be happy or you can be right" in relationships. At my men's OA mtg Sun am, I thought of an equally true adage: You can be sober/clean/abstinent/prosperous or you can be right! Let Go and Let HP!
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Friend of Bill W. 17h
(2/2) These things were true to some extent, in fact, to a considerable extent with some of us. But we are sure that our bodies were sickened as well.
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Big Book Compendium 17h
The illusion modern of recovery, if the alcoholic just removes alcohol the sufferer will be fine. Again if the cause is not removed the symptom will always re-appear
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lizh 24h
2 1/2 years sober. Wow, I really never thought that would happen!
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Psychic Change Dec 22
It’s been 222 days since my last drink. It’s been just over a year since my Mom passed. 2018 has been incredibly difficult, but through , meditation, and I’ve grown more than I ever thought possible. I’m grateful for the opportunity to better myself. 🙏🏼
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Tully Hill Feb 18
Replying to @Tully_Hill
When asked “what is one thing that you would like people to know about treatment at ?” Robert said “Tully Hill is the best facility I've seen, because we follow the approach, which has proven to be ...
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Serenity198 Feb 15
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Benee Jan 28
The first thing I put before my sobriety will be the 2nd thing I lose as I take that drink.
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Box 459 Jan 21
10 years today! Couldn’t have done it with , , bigbook,service, sponsor, sponsees, and a billion meetings. And the ! Time for cake I believe 🎂
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Chris W Jan 12
Welcome to CWC. A recovery rehab opening soon, specialising in 100% 121 treatment.
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Box 459 Dec 28
Me: I’m not going to the Thursday night meeting. Sponsor: Why not? Me: I’m going to the movies, there’s a film I want to see. Sponsor: Well next time your thinking of drinking and need help, phone their projectionist, see if he gives a sh*t! True story.
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peter grinspoon Feb 5
Should I Drug Test My Kids? Why the Experts Say No Fantastic article by @alisonknoff on a complex issue I am quoted as coming out totally AGAINST drug testing your kids; read about why.
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Motivation To Stop Feb 18
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TheFoodist@an-o-nym-i-ty Feb 19
“Recovery is not a sickness or a weakness a sin or a failure, a neuroses or a psychosis a malady or a generational curse. Recovery is a path to a wholesome and fulfilling life.”-William Watley
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Port of Call Feb 13
Cannabis smoking in teenage years linked to adulthood depression
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David Turner Jan 2
11 years sober today. The world is a very different place to that January day in 2008. Can’t do it alone. You know who you are. Much love. 🙏🏻
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Steve Simms Jan 20
Guilt is an internal warning system that shows you when your thoughts and/or behaviors are messed up.
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Big Book Compendium Feb 15
Self-esteem is one of the architects of self-centeredness. It keeps me completely tangled up in the bondage of self, I am in a dangerous place. We have a wonderful precious gift called personal inventory.
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