It can be tough to stay sober sometimes. It’s easy to let yourself get down and feel like you’re not good enough. But that’s exactly when you need to keep your head up and keep fighting.
Today, I’m going to share a reflection that helped me get through a tough day. Stay strong, my friends. You can do it!
Daily Reflections February 21
At once, I became a part—if only a tiny part—of a cosmos. . . .AS BILL SEES IT, p. 225
Then one day my Higher Power, whom I did not then believe in arranged to create a community project outside of A.A., but one which happened to be inclusive and involves many members from our fellowship.
It turned out that we worked together on this venture – getting acquainted all at once with “them” as people; after a while even admiring the way they handled themselves!
If you’ve been wondering how to make a connection with other people in recovery, this blog post is for you.
Whether it’s through volunteering at an event or simply going out and socializing with others who are also sober, there are many ways that we can build community as alcoholics and addicts.
What have you done to connect more deeply with your fellow recovering members? Have any of these connections led to new friendships?