ive been reading the big book of AA and its made me think alot, i put it in the bin at one point and left this group and its been a wierd one, but ive found reading other peoples stories really helpful, i think thats the one things that pulls you back to realisation is that fact that you can relate to another addict, how can you empathise if you are not addicted i thought?! ive questioned this so many times, i do have a problem and then i dont then do etc etc so if anyone else is finding it hard i definatly recommended reading this book and relating coz it brings you realism. i know that things are a long way off, i still have to face fears and try and be more honest, but by just taking a little time to do this at least your not totally ignoring the problem and for me at least that is one step maybe not part of the 12 step but a step at breaking this bubble around me x
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