I’m simply a person like you. I don’t have any special experience or qualifications in alcohol abuse. I’m not a counselor, therapist, or psychologist. In the tradition of AA, I desire to remain anonymous. It doesn’t matter who I am. What matters is how our stories have a “common thread” that connects us. Together, we can help each other recover from alcoholism.
Sanewire April 24, 2009
Sanewire, the online community for persons in recovery, their family, friends, and support network. This is a safe, healthy community where you can come each day to find friendship, fellowship, support, as well as treatment centers and rehabilitation resources to assist you with dependency on alcohol, crystal meth, cocaine, crack, heroin, oxycontin prescription drugs, compulsive gambling, co-dependency, dual recovery, eating disorders, and sexual addiction. You’ll also find a large database of meetings for Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Alanon, Alateen, Cocaine Anonymous, Crystal Meth Anonymous, Heroin Anonymous, Gamblers Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous, and Sex Addicts Anonymous. We invite you to make Sanewire part of your daily life and to share the site with family and friends so they can stay in touch and support your efforts.