I picked up a copy of " A Gentle Path Through The Twelve Steps For all People in the Process of Recovery"..... I am maybe 6 or 7 pages in. I'm finding it a bit difficult because the main focus seems to be alcoholism & co addicts of them which I find a little hard to translate into my situation. My real problem however, is that everything I read, i think "that is him...I wish we could share in this journey"...How do I stop thinking of him & let this be about my recovery....I am so obsessed with him it is driving me nuts & my support system as well.... Help, please??
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