The typical alcohol alway's thinks there life is different and that AA can't help them, therefore they think they are terminally unique, a saying I picked up from AA. You're just an alcoholic as the rest of them, so don't be afraid to get into a meeting we all started where you are, don't be afraid to raise your hand as a newcomer it will save your life. If you can't stay sober on your own get your butt to a meeting, for 1 hour out of your day and time you get peace and tranquility, but these don't come automatically you have to work for them.So get to a meeting and get a sponsor and then work the steps and you will find peace, it will work where all else fails. If you still want to test the waters so to speak, all I can say is I hope you make it back to AA someday. The easier softer way is going to meetings and working the steps.Give yourself a break.
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