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My friend I been trying to get out of the relationship came by this morning.  I was in Underearners  fellowship time after a phone meeting. when he came.

On the verge again

Well,

          I never thought i would have to be nice to anyone on the way up....because i was never planning on coming back down. Having been knocked down and climbed back 3 times now it gets harder each time...I appears that i have 4th opportunity to more with my life...first i know longer consider it a climb up....its simply moving on...second no on can take it away from but myself.

 

P.S   Gratitude!

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Is there such a thing as a "Part-time Addict?"

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Topic: 
Spiritual principles
Question: 
Custom question

Am I just a "Part-time Addict"?

Courage to Change - August 8

In Step Six I contemplate my life undergoing change-tremendous change. The great fear is this: If I shed many characteristics that stand in my way, what will be left? It is as though I face a great void, a terrifying unknown. Yet when I acknowledge how far I have come, I can see how much I want to change. The desire to grow and to heal has brought me to this uncomfortable point, because I am tried of the way I have been. My Higher Power is there to guide me when I am ready.

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smoking addiction, relationship addiction, food addiction

Step Number: 
Topic: 
Moving on
Question: 
How do I know it's time to move on?

I know its time to move on, when my needs for basic survival are not being met.  When one is not willing to acknowledge my needs, desires.I get stirred up and it reminds me of my childhood.  When lack of affection and intimacy was denied, it bring

ACoA Trauma Syndrome - Full Commentary

My name is ilsa, and I am an alcoholic and addict.

This is my first time checking this site out. I am writing about step 12, because I am beginning to work with others on a temporary basis. I have worked the steps with my sponsor and have had a spiritual awakening! I am so grateful for a chance to help others, but I am finding it difficult to keep them on topic. Our program here is very solution-focused and I want to help them learn, but sometimes they only want to go on about their horrible day! I pray for patience sometimes, but I see my higher power has a sense of humor, because lord, do they make me call on my patience!

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The Return of the Unmanageability

Step Number: 
Topic: 
Unmanageability
Question: 
What does unmanageability mean to me?

Unmanageability to me means that there are multiple areas of my life that are out of balance and many others excessive and disturbing to my life and work.

Appreciation to twelvestepjournaling

this site is a great idea. I love it. I am still testing and finding my way arround it. thanks for this site. Thanks, Alcoholic Anonymous

The Importance of Al-Anon for Family Members

The Importance of Al-Anon for Family Members

By Vicki Nash

I am a grateful recovering alcoholic, as well as a grateful recovering survivor of a couple of dysfunctional family systems. I have been on every side of this disease, beginning as the daughter of an alcoholic, the wife of an alcoholic (big surprise), my own alcoholism, and the mother of an alcoholic. Yes, this is indeed a disastrous family disease that destroys wonderful, loving people in the process.

The Benefits of 12 Steps of Narcotic Anonymous

The 12 steps of Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholic Anonymous are usually introduced in recovering alcoholics and addicts during their stay in drug rehab. Some inhabitants respond to the 12 steps with doubt, and even though the 12 steps are not a scientific method or an evidence-based program of addiction treatment, they do provide a lot of importance to people new to upturn and are a worthwhile insertion in any alcohol or drug treatment program. Here are some benefits of 12 Steps Support Groups.

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Drug and alcohol addiction

Step Number: 
Topic: 
The disease of addiction
Question: 
What is it like when I'm obsessed with something? Does my thinking follow a pattern? Describe.

When I am obsessed with something, I can't function normally. I can't listen to other people talking. I can't be productive. 

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Drug and alcohol addiction

Step Number: 
Topic: 
The disease of addiction
Question: 
Has my disease been active recently? In what way?

Yes. . . 

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Drug and alcohol addiction

Step Number: 
Topic: 
The disease of addiction
Question: 
What does "the disease of addiction" mean to me?
  • Thinking thoughts I do not want to think
  • Doing things I do not want to do that lead to self degradation and unhealthy and purposeless life.

Adult Children of Alcoholics - The First Step

Adult children of alcoholics are people who have grown up in a family affected by one or two parents that were addicted to or chronically abused alcohol. People from these backgrounds become adults who live dysfunctional lives. This article deals with the first step as used by the organisation called 'al-anon' which is a society that teaches people how to recover from the effects of living with one or two parents addicted to alcohol.

Adult Children of Alcoholics: How We Help Save The World

So often we ACoA get caught up in feeling all the feelings of the past, that we sometimes get stuck in what once was. In fact, sometimes we get so caught up in how we used to feel, we forget that we aren't powerless anymore. As a recovering ACoA I have learned to embrace my past as a gift. Because I am an ACoA I was forced to look within for answers, and as a result I found the greatest blessings ever. I found--ME.

Adult Children of Alcoholics - How To Be Happy

Adult Children of Alcoholics - How To Be Happy

By Lisa A. Romano

When you are the adult child of an alcoholic or the product of being raised by one, you can't quite put your finger on what's wrong. All you know is you feel ill, inappropriate; like a misfit.

As we age, our ego has never learned to trust this place we call home, and so--ego grows.

2013-03-11 19:02:45 -0700

well here goes nothing. one month ago i moved 350 miles to start a new life. this guy we will call him mark asked me to move in with him and i said yes. i quit my full time fob after 3 years gave up my aparment i had this for 5 years. Mark owes me 1,500 dollars. he is also in recovery 5 years. and is 11 years younger han me. maybe this brothers him i dont know. it seam latley the only time he talks to me is when he wants something. and not sex. because we have not had sex with each other. so i guess im just very confused of what his intentios are.

Getting Involved in Service: Good for Me and We

 

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