I must have been really bad off becuase after many years in AA I never really understood that making amends to those I had harmed would bring about the promises written about on pg. 83 of the Big Book. I have many regrets, and I've closed the door on none of them. This is why after more than 20 yrs. in AA I relapsed. I'm so ashamed that I never did what was suggested. I wish I could go back in time and unchange what I did. I'm staring over again, and this time I have to get it right-I have too much at stake. I would appreciate honest advise.
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