There has never been a time in my life where I didn’t know the program of Alcoholics Anonymous. Growing up with both mother and father in recovery, it was really how I knew 90% of the people I did. My god parents, my birthdays, christmas parties and photo albums, consisted of people from the program that… Read More Family
When I am all about me my life becomes miserable. I don’t always recognize why things are not going well, but it usually boils down to the need to get out of my head. Meetings help me to do this because I am trying to listen and help others. It allows me at least an… Read More ME… ME… ME.
When I was a child, I was able to pull a blanket over my head whenever the surly, scary shadows of the nighttime invaded my thoughts and imagination. Now as an adult that technique does not work. As I finish week four in my road to sobriety my mind is clearing, my thoughts are beginning to… Read More Darkness
Where the Hell am I? The Looney bin? Damn, I’m drunk again. They say what ever doesn’t kill you, Makes you stronger, But not this any longer. I’m a drunk and almost dead, Hammered expectantly again.
Hi, I’m Steve, grateful recovering alcoholic, I used to call myself the relapse king. Today I’m celebrating 21 months of not drinking between meetings. Long-term sobriety has been a dream of mine for 15yrs of working AA my way. A pretty awesome life is mine today because of a loving higher power who I call… Read More Relapse King