"It works if you work it...
So work it! You're worth it!"
This was me. from as long as i can remember.
I hid who i was.
I knew if anyone knew… it would be a horrible life. so i kept my mouth shut.
It lead me down the road to drugs and alcohol.
Its hard to hide who you are especially from yourself.
The best moment in my life was why i decided to
Now, I can stand PROUD of who i am I am clean and i am happy.
It might not please everyone, but it pleases me.
Their opinions never bothered me anyway!
It’s the best advice i can give anyone.
"Tradition Three - ‘The Only Requirement For Membership Is A Desire To Stop Using.’ This tradition is important for both the individual and the group."
"Usually, as we share this step (Step 5), the listener will share some of his or her story too. We find that we are not unique. We see, by the acceptance of our confidant, that we can be accepted just the way we are."
“Some will resist (group conscience). However, many will become the role models for the newcomers. The self-seekers soon find that they are on the outside, causing dissension and eventually disaster for themselves. Many of them change; they learn that we can only be governed by a loving God as expressed in our group conscience.”
"We are united by our common problem of addiction. By meeting, talking, and helping other addicts, we are able to stay clean."