That is from 0 days sober to almost 60. From seemingly happily married to living alone. From having almost everything to losing almost everything. Accepting God into my life allows me to accept things as being his will, to which I am a content person now. A regular at my AA group as far as that is in less than 60 days but still alone. Hard for me to share my feelings in meetings as I am still discovering them. The biggest one being "loneliness". What to do? That is my question.
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