Welcome…Keep coming back! It's amazing to hear these comforting words every time I find my way back into recovery, or "In the Rooms". I was going through my ITR profile and for the first time after 10 or so years, I noticed that I received chips in ITR just as I received them in NA...

it took time to reestablish a relationship with my young uns. they were the ones i owed the most to. it was a process of showin em, not tellin em, of the changes i was goin to make to be the person they needed me to be. i had to show em how i was...

it has been my experience that in order for me to be good for anythin or anybody else i must be good for myself. what good can i offer another, if i cannot offer good for myself? early in my recovery, i wanted everythin back that i had lost as a result of the consequences...

if i have a fear, it is that i take that final first drink. i am an alcoholic and its my belief that if i dare to lose the relationship i have with my HP or let my spiritual malady block my communication with Him, i will quickly, thereafter, pass unto dust. i post my...

it has been my experience that when i live as recovery has shown me, i get to receive anonymous gifts i didnt have intention or motive to receive. for me, this is the proof that the prayer and meditation i continue to do provides me the spiritual life i wish to live. as i move...

i can recall the feelin of peace of mind after i had been in the halfway house i had entered after a couple of months. though i still had the ragin frustration, anger, resentment, hate, self-loathin, ego, fear, and guilt within, i could sense the chaos around me dwindle, affectin the shit storm tornado within....

The early days of recovery are not easy but it can be done one moment at a time. For me i had to read a meditation book of recovery each day first thing. I simply then asked please help me stay sober and clean each day. I went to meetings and I listened to women....

I Found My Strength in Family When you ask people what it is that means most to them, the common answer is, “Family”. Yet daily we avoid the opportunity to convey this sentiment through our actions. This may not be true in every instance, but at least in the environment I happened to grow up...

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