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I Love Recovery

My Adult Children of Alcoholics meetings end with members stating an Affirmation. We began by using the list on page 329 of the Big Red Book. Those affirmations all begin with “It is okay.” Some examples are “It is okay to know another way to live.” “It is okay to say no without feeling guilty,”
Image by esudroff from Pixabay many, Many moons ago stood a forest- Dark & Dense. within the Tall & Looming trees, wandered the Keeper of Loneliness.   among Countless ill-lit paths alongside many menacing streams the Keeper spun & spun in circles, hopelessly searching for Lost Dreams.   one by one- the branches broke. the
  Pain is mandatory, but misery is optional. – some smartass Some days you’re the coyote, and some days you’re the cliff. Everybody runs into one of those days eventually, when problems pile up like an awkward balancing act in a Dr. Seuss story gone terribly wrong. My problem-solving skills used to come in a bottle,