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Coming back

Unread postby Shaylee. » Fri Nov 24, 2017 8:43 am

I was in the program for 6 year and went back out. I was out for a year and am seeing the same exact events that brought me in the first time. I am ashamed that I willingly put down the tools that helped me stay sober for 6 years. I stopped going to meeting and the built in forgetter took over. It only took a year to get right back to where I had left off. Starting over knowing that I am incapable of drinking successfully. I am grateful for the program of recovery. I pray I will never forget again.
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Re: Coming back

Unread postby renewedman » Sat Jan 13, 2018 9:47 pm

Coming Back, Welcome back. Try to look ahead at the possibilities you'll now have access to if you 'stay the course' set before. Have gratitude that you made it back to help others. You've helped me by reminding me 'it no long works.' Thank you Coming Back,
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Re: Coming back

Unread postby emack » Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:08 am

glad you saw the results quickly and came back.no one wants to be the person that has a drinking problem but knowing that you are and staying the coarse will bring you a much greater life.
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