When I think back on my life, there are two things that stand out the most. The first is how much alcohol has played a role in my life.
It’s had its benefits and it’s had some major drawbacks too. But the second thing that stands out to me is all of the people who have helped me through some tough times in my life, whether they were friends or family or just acquaintances I met at work or school.
Everyone has been so supportive of me throughout this whole process, which really means a lot to me considering what I’m going through right now with drinking.
Daily Reflections December 9
When the Twelfth Step is seen in its full implication, it is really talking about the kind of love that has no price tag on it. TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 106
As I look back to that time when my recovery began, there was already a seed of hope in me.
The gift given by God became clear; it’s the only way we can help those who are struggling with their addictions and recoveries-we have access into what they need because our stories were once like theirs!
But don’t forget: You Are Enough.”
If you’re looking for a way to help someone else in recovery, or just want some tips on how to stay sober yourself, this blog post is the perfect place.
I hope that my personal story and these tips will give you an idea of what it takes to live a life with sobriety.
Whether your dream is graduating from high school without picking up another drink, going backpacking through Europe with friends again, or even opening your own business – there’s always hope if you can find 12 new ways every day!
Do not be discouraged by past failures; instead remember all of the times where things did go well and work towards gaining more success each time.