Hi My name is Rose, im a 35 year old single mother from SD. The reason I am typing this today is that I am looking for the strength and courage to get back in to my AA program. One year ago is when I got fed up with the Drama of our club. I have not takin a drink here on the outside, but can see some unmanageability and some triggers starting to lurk. This December I will have accumulated 7 yrs of sobriety. The doors of our club aren't so welcoming anymore, because when I went back to a meeting the other day it was like a twilight zone. The lady with the most sobriety says hi and wondered where I was and that I made her feel guilty cuz she should of called me... but it usually ends there. What do I do?
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