this was the case for me; i needed to lose everything i thought i ever cared about includin almost losin me before actually concedin within that i was an alcoholic. i had been introduced to this program of action, before actually committin to it, a few times. at those times when i was introduced, i...

today i feel that unexpected inner resource and i get to allow it to flow through me as i live it in my daily life. as i think back, before my recovery began, i can recall feelin this inner intuition i always thought was my, own, acuity. i had always thought this inner intelligence was...

when i was early in recovery all i wanted to do was shut the door on my past because i felt so much regret for the things i had done. it was a tough thing fer me to do, learn to forgive and love myself fer the things i had done to the ones i...

it was impressed upon me in my early recovery that i try to build a relationship with others in the fellowship and a HP. then, if i was to be honest with myself, i would need these relationships to help me grow past all the character defects and shortcomins that had held me captive. i...

honesty has many facets to it that were hard to conceptualize when i first came into the rooms. i was tasked to keep shit simple then and that alone was an exercise in self-control. it was with a willingness to let go and try to let God, that i learned small bits of self-honesty and...

i remember realizin that i didnt drink like other people could. that i always drank more, that i always drank later, that i always drank longer. i thought it was cool, til the really bad stuff started happenin. losin jobs, not payin bills, losin my family, and finally losin everythin and anyone i had ever...

it had to be the hand of God that saved me from my drinkin, His divine intervention. just as important was the fellowship of this thing we do that He introduced me to. i had tried everythin i could think of to be able to drink respectably & stop when i wanted. in the end,...

there did come a point where the only thing left fer me to do every day was drink. as much as i really didnt want to i had no choice, real alcoholics will understand. today the desire has been lifted through rigorously followin a few simple suggestions. for years i didnt think that i was...

by the time i had quit drinkin i had tried everythin i knew to control it. i knew that i was hit, i didnt know what else to do. there came a time that if i wanted to live life free of drinkin & druggin that i had to change, but i didnt know how...

i remember the day i had finally had enough. for years i thought that if i quit drinkin & druggin i would be a loser, laughed at & scorned by my peers. today through the victory of surrender i know different. i take that fear and use it as a basis to continue on with...

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