ive been around long enough to have watched the hope in others die as they succumbed to their alcoholism. soon afterward, they themselves perished via the means of a bitter end. lookin at the way i drank and the reasons i did, i understand today that i am not any different than they. the times...

it was through personal inventory that i learned who i truly was within. i didnt know the personality problems i had were the bane of my existence. comin into the rooms i learned that i would have to look at me and find these problems that had troubled me all my life. now i reckon...

i owe my family the most for the gifts recovery have given me. though my children are grown and on their own today, and my ex-wife has since passed onto the other side, they are still the ones i feel i owe the most for the gift of recovery. they were the ones who suffered...

Hi All, this is my first blog, or better to call it a journal. I am pretty new to mental health awareness. I am still new in finding the root of my problems, some say that I am codependent just because everyone's else happiness above mine. But my husband, been sober for 2 years told...

i reckon i aint one of those that walked into the rooms and was cured of all the personal problems i have. now, i can say i use different solutions today than i did in the past days of doin my dirt. but i cant say that i dont still suffer from the many of...

from a young age i always felt as if i couldnt be a part of a group. with personal inventory i was able to find out why this self-induced loneliness had troubled me for a majority of my life before recovery. i learned that because of some of the emotional trauma i had experienced, i...

So, time for me to testify. It’s Easter morning, I am all alone, for the first time in my 34 years on this earth. I am divorced as of Feb 2020, was married for 13 years and fathered 5 children during that marriage. I hardly get to see any of my kids anymore. My fiancé...

today, i understand the power of self-awareness. i remember what it felt like to not be able to live up to the expectation of others. hell man, i probably still dont. the difference from then to now is what ive learned through personal inventory. in the days of doin my dirt i didnt have the...

Fear of me not being who I believe I should be. Acceptance of myself makes me love myself and not question my reality, therefore, helps keep me sober. Being at peace with my train of thought Loving my life, all the shit that happens, not forgetting the past, but living with it. Not allowing my...

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