maybe this will sound very calous to some however its my feeling and i wanted t share. i hear so much bs in the rooms and so many others catering to those that need a swift kick in the ass. when i first found out about AA i was around alot of old timers that taught me to shit or get off the pot. its very simple if u dont want to get drunk dont pick up that first drink, and so many AAs want to tell sad stories so others will comfort them and the thing is thats ok if you are really trying to get help, however there are so many that are just looking for someone to say "all its ok, u r doing ok, and everything is ok" BS, if you want this program u have to realize that alcohol is the symptom of the problem. we r our problem and we dont make good choices nor do we really know how to live when we first come into these rooms. the program is here as a suggestion on how to live if you want things to change. if when sober you still act as u did when drinking nothing will change. our thinking is way distorted when we come into these rooms. instead of crying and trying to get everyone to feel sorry for us we need to realize that "acceptance is the answer to all my problems today" stop trying to change everything around us to fit us and change ourselves t adapt to the world, theres always going to be that one person who will try like hell to take our joy however we are in control of how we allow others to effect us. today we have a choice to either "shit or get off the pot"
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