I'm not an alcoholic, but I went in support of a friend once. To me, they replaced one addiction with another addiction. They teach that you are powerless. I did not like that. I know I have bp, but I still have power. I have power to stay on my meds and stay fighting and out in the world as long as I can. So I've been out here medicated now for longer than some of you folks have been alive, fighting to stay going. Using my power. Why should I let someone tell me I'm powerless?
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