Straight up post from Paige at My Serenity Journey on the value of an AA community that is worth investing time and trust.
“Silence can be deadly for an alcoholic. When we don’t reach out for help when we need it, we risk our sobriety. What I have found here in my new AA community since moving across the country has been priceless. I’ve met women who care, listen, and support me, and that in turn makes me want to offer the same love and compassion…”
Good stuff from a valuable colleague who is bringing a challenge to the table. Read it all.
We live and learn. Each day in sobriety is another opportunity to learn new lessons, meet new friends who get it, and a chance to improve the quality of our life. In talking with another alcoholic tonight after a meeting, I found comfort in having a conversation with someone who completely understands who I am simply because we share the same disease. We talked about my relapse a few months ago. I spoke of how I felt that I had not been truly working a good program before, and that although my relapse consisted of one evening, I had been on a downward spiral for months. I had been consumed with fear, loneliness, and uncertainty and I didn’t do what I should have done… ask for help.
Silence can be deadly for an alcoholic. When we don’t reach out for help when we need it, we risk our sobriety. What…
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