For the New Comers, it is obvious. Resolve to refrain from alcohol. If you fall of sobriety, pick yourself up and start over. Don’t give up.
For old-timers like me, a contented sobriety is a must. I resolve to work on my problems, to seek profession help, when needed, and do everything that is necessary to avoid becoming an unhappy grouchy old man. My handle is impermanence. I am constantly changing. I am alert to notice negative changes and to do something about them.
I am not one to say “Look at me, I am wonderful”. I have a lot of work to do. I am proud that I continue to change for the better.
he was approaching 2yr sobriety anniversary and was with prostitute and said yes when he should have said no is how he descibed it.....I hope that he does not turn up positive in PO Piss test when he goes on 11th.....I am glad he is back and is trying again....he wants to move away from where his is....he lives by the strip where prostitutes stroll by all the time...this one gal knows where he...
Last night was the lowest point for me. In the past few weeks since giving up my part time job I've truly let myself go. I don't know whether it is the shame and embarrassment for not being able to manage it, or the guilt at not having to work while others around me do. I don't know if it is the boredom of not having to do anything or the relief of being able to do absolutely nothing if I don't...