It’s hard to believe that we’re already into the last week of October. The month flew by and it seems like just yesterday we were all celebrating National Alcohol Awareness Month.
As we come to the end of the month, I wanted to take a moment and reflect on our progress. How are you doing with your alcohol goals?
If you haven’t set any, now is a good time to do so! Today, let’s focus on being accountable to ourselves and setting realistic goals!
Daily Reflections October 21
We will want the good that is in us all, even in the worst of us, to flower and to grow. AS BILL SEES IT, p. 10
With the insight gained from practicing Step Ten, I know that sobriety is more than just an absence of alcohol.
Sobriety becomes recovery in every department of my life; it brings with it new hope and faith which were lost due to excessive drinking habits before they could be renounced forevermore
I renew myself by forgiving past mistakes while accepting what cannot change about myself without sacrificing who am right here now – sober!
I’m not perfect, and neither are you. But by staying sober one day at a time through the practice of Alcoholics Anonymous’ Step Ten, we can live with dignity and self-respect.
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction or alcoholism, please reach out to us for help in finding sobriety today!