willingness comes to me from many different directions in my life today. i have learned over my time in recovery that self-will, can be as nasty as i want it to be, or as healthy as i want it to be. through many personal inventorys, in both the 4th and 8th steps, i have found...

what i like about this program of recovery is its autonomy. its very democratic undertones allow me to express my recovery as i see how i can fit my life into it. i remember a conversation with my sponsor early in my recovery about how i needed to work a particular step. he said there...

within me today there lives a willingness to be everythin i thought i never could be, yet wanted to be, while back in the days of doin my dirt. i searched endlessly to get the sense of ease and comfort i have within today. i didnt know back then that it was always there. i...

when i first came into the rooms i needed to use willingness to open my mind to the new concepts recovery was teachin me. how could i say i was beginnin to gain a sense of faith if i kept my mind closed to the idea of a Power greater than myself? after i had...

when i came into the rooms this time my sponsor suggested that i use the program of recovery as an HP until i could develop a relationship with one of my own conception. he warned me against usin the fellowship as he said that the fellowship is human, and humans had the potential to fail...

when i have troubles where the solutions elude me and i start hearin self tryna tell me what to do about a situation, like go ahead and cut a bitch, sayin somethin derogatory about it or them, that bitch dont know me, who do they think they are, or actin out showin my ass, i...

6-11-2021 10th year sober reflection… I would love to paint a 'skipping through the tulips' portrait of my journey. While anything is better than what I had become, it didn't stop as soon as I stopped. In other words, there's alot more to healing than putting down the drink. I am still healing. Biggest part...

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