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I came for my drinking & stayed for my thinking.

Unread postby Corinne » Tue Dec 29, 2015 9:03 pm

My craving or urge has been lifted and I'll be celebrating 10 years in sobriety on 2/3, by the grace of God. I don't struggle with the same things that I struggled with early on. Today I struggle with emotional sobriety. Some days I have it and some days I don't. It's frustrating and sometimes makes me feel broken. Grateful for the program, learning a new way to live and the support found in AA.
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Re: I came for my drinking & stayed for my thinking.

Unread postby 1coachtravi » Thu Jan 28, 2016 5:01 pm

God Bless you!
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Re: I came for my drinking & stayed for my thinking.

Unread postby emack » Mon Feb 01, 2016 3:48 pm

God bless Corinne,your 10 years a better person.we all have our own battles within sobriety, just keep praying and doing what your doing.something has brought you 10 years,find that and use that it will help.
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Re: I came for my drinking & stayed for my thinking.

Unread postby RAM » Mon Feb 01, 2016 4:32 pm

Be sure to stay with others like us - we are a family. And from us and others like us we remain strong for the day. And don't forget to help others like us as well as those in need outside our family - volunteer at hospitals and homeless shelters for example.

God Bless you - thank you for sharing
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