I am just getting over another binge. I asked my husband last night if he thought AA could work for me this time.(I've been in and out for 17 years with no substantial recovery) He has no addictions. His response was that it depends what attitude I go in there with...if I think it won't work again, it won't. Can someone share with me on how you automatically put something in your brain (such as faith) without it really being heartfelt? I realize that AA has worked for many...I don't know if it's faith in myself or faith in God that's preventing me from getting sober. I know I want it to work for me this time more than anything in the world.
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