Yaaaay , ME !!

by Bethany Johnson
(Albuquerque New Mexico USA)


So today was a WAY better day for me, I went to my First AA meeting. && I loved it, && I'm going back Monday((: thanks to all the help of this website. It helped me out a lot. Feeling really Blessed!

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Try to find another meeting this weekend too!
by: Debbie Wicker

Dear Bethany,

All thing are possible with God and I'm THRILLED that you found a meeting and went to it. The 12 steps will draw you closer to God and teach you how to allow Him to help you to end this terrible disease you have.

Consider finding a weekend meeting you can go to, there are often WONDERFUL meetings on Sunday morning that will encourage you to continue your sobriety. The more good meetings that you can find the more support you will receive during this very difficult transition.

I will continue to pray for you and your entire family!

Debbie

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