Why I haven't relapsed this time

#23

@Dad we are all different …just food for thought

#24

@Stormy. Just food for thought. All of our paths are different. Just because it worked for me, doesnt mean it will for you.

#25

Thanks for this great read and really well done to you aswell

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#26

@NewMe18, you need a “game” plan. I tried quitting for 24 years. All of our paths are different, just food for thought

#27

very good
that was quite a put together of people and hope. your a poweful example, such as I hope to achieve power of good example. I need to learn how to put my money where my mouth is

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#28

Support, belief in oneself, and changing lifestyle…took 24 years of being a drunk that wanted to quit to figure that out.

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#29

Are you in a support group? I didnt go to one for 90 days. Looking back I wish I would have. Those first 90 days was nothing more than me white knuckling sobriety…lucky I am a stubborn person.

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#30

me personally enrolled in a support group that will start soon. its a everyday group and im very excited to start :slight_smile: I really am. I could use the helping hand

#31

It will be a good experience. I started shopping around at the 90 day point. Just recently settled down into one I feel comfortable with.

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#32

This place will help alot. But, for me, good old fashion face to face communication is best.

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#33

going to AA tonight for the alcohol addiction. NA for substance abuse. I got to kick these substances out first because thats where im in need the most. been fighting for 8years on and off and ive
battled 15 years in all

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#34

you got it; I agree

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#35

I wish you the best of luck. Sounds like you have a great plan. Just believe in yourself, fight hard…and seek support…and day by day you will make it.

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#36

:slight_smile: thank you my friend

ganna read about the first step everyday. ive tested myself noumorus times. those blackouts arnt fun. theyre actually pretty damn dangerous.

#37

Keep us posted…we are here to be helped, and to help

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#38

@Travisj86. Just food for thought, we are all different

#39

@B-Anthony…just some food for thought. Nothing changes if nothing changes…my drinking friends are no where near my life now.

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#40

Likewise the majority of friends I’ve made in addiction are gone. It just seems I’m continually drawn to drinkers and those who use

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#41

Thank you for sharing. What an inspiration. :grinning:

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#42

I think that is why I have gravitated to AA…people like me, that no longer use

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