My first A.A. EVER IN MY LIFE


#1

I never wanted to go to an A.A. meeting. n I did today…Im trying people. Im trying. Im fuckkng new at this n actually serious about it . please stop jumping up my ass if i say “something wrong” I got enough ass problems rn. the runs are bs -_-

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#2

Way to go! Getting and staying sober is tough and very scary. If you fall, just do your best to get back up. Sending support!


#3

Nice one. Keep coming back!


#4

Proud of you


#5

So proud of you hunni, way to go :hugs: it’s always a daunting experience doing something new, but you did it :+1: your doing amazing and taking the right steps to move forward :tada: keep us updated


#6

I like your honesty and your humour☺


#7

Hey, hey! That’s huge! I went to my first one 167 days ago, and that was the best decision I ever made.

You are trying so hard. I’m so proud of you. And the chips? That first one is tough - and yet so hopeful. And you just taught me something: I thought all the 24 hour chips were white!


#8

Awesome! Thank you for picking up that coin!


#9

I’m proud of you. You can do it! One day at a time.


#10

Well done my first AA meeting was prob way before you were born but im still going so your journey begins well done wish you well


#11

Your most important meeting is your next one. It works if you work it!


#12

Going to that first meeting was the best decision I made to help me remain sober. I was three months sober when I went to my first meeting. It was amazing. I received a 90 day chip, meet a group of people who understand what it means to be an alcoholic and deeply care about helping me stay sober, and a phone list of people to call when the urge to drinks calls.


#13

This is awesome! Remaining sober, you’ll look back at those kind words and those stern words and realize you needed both.

I’m proud of you :blush:


#14

I want to go. I’m scared to go. I went years ago and I had a bad experience with people trying to force me to talk when I wasn’t ready.


#15

Yayyyy!!! Way to go. Proud of you. Keep going to them :slight_smile:


#16

I had that same problem, I didn’t want to introduce myself, announce my anniversary or talk to anyone. And then one day, I realized I’m there to stay sober & I just told them no thank you. & kept it moving. You will do something when you are comfortable. If you want to go, go for it. Don’t let one time keep you away.


#17

Mine is silver :slight_smile:


#18

Sometimes I talk and sometimes I don’t. When they get to me and I’m not in the mood for sharing I just say im here to listen today and pass. They say thanks and move on :slight_smile:


#19

Ty :black_heart: I appreciate it


#20

Thank you LOL I felt akward :unamused: