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February Blog of the Month February 6, 2010

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Reverend Johnny Dragon
http://reverendjohnnydragon.com/

I am the Reverend Johnny Dragon. What’s a Reverend Johnny Dragon you may ask? Simple, I am a college educated, father, husband, recovered alcoholic/drug addict, who is fascinated by dragons and always wanted to be Johnny somebody.

The Reverend thing…well that was an unfortunate internet accident. Apparently by entering a limited amount of information and hitting submit you are instantly ordained by the Universal Life Church and Monastery. I can now perform marriages, baptisms, funerals, and absolve you of all your sins…for a nominal fee. It will also come in handy when I start my own cult, but I digress.

One thing is for sure, I am on a spiritual journey. I discovered something through my struggles with alcohol and drugs. I needed to connect with something bigger than myself. I came to the realization that if I am the biggest thing out their then we as a society are totally screwed. I never had a problem with believing in God. I was smart enough to understand that I could not hate something that did not exist. At my darkest moment, He and I made peace. I know that making deals with the Creator of the Universe is usually frowned upon, but that day that is what went down. The terms are simple, He allows me to look at myself squarely in the mirror each day, and in return all I have to do is absolutely everything He tells me to do…for the rest of my life. This is not as hard as it sounds, and the benefits package is awesome.

I am not sure what I hope to accomplish with this site, but I know it is suppose to exist. So if you got nothing better to do, then why don’t we figure it out together. I welcome your questions and your feedback.

J.D.

 

December Blog of the Month December 9, 2009

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Letters2Today

Messages from a gay man in recovery, to god

 

November Blog of the Month November 2, 2009

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Naked Daze with Dave

Why the name “Naked Daze?” When I surrendered I became exposed and all the evil was stripped away… Then for the first time in my life, I was free to explore… Anyway it’s a new blog! Which hopefully gives a better experience for everyone. There are some posts on the old blog which I want to save so bear with me as I cross everything over… Thanks

 

NEW Post on IOCC October 6, 2009

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The Joy of Praying

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Rabbi Yisrael Pinson
CHABAD.ORG

Improve Our Conscious Contact

 

October Blog of the Month October 1, 2009

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Through strong sponsorship, lots of meetings, practicing the spiritual principles as outlined in the book Alcoholics Anonymous and oodles and oodles of grace, I haven’t had a drink since May 2, 2006.

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ANOTHER REAL ALCOHOLIC

 

Baghead Sponsor September 14, 2009

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September Blog of the Month September 3, 2009

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Hi! I’m Amanda! I’ve got three girls (you might know me as mom23greatgirls) that I love with all my heart. I also have a husband and I love him too – sometimes with the rest of my heart. Ready for an adventure in sobriety? Follow along as I make my way through the world, sober while trying to work outside of my home, parent, and be a wife. It’ll be fun, I promise!

Visit Adventures of a SoberMommy

 

August Blog of the Month August 14, 2009

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Alcoholism-A Life Sentence

My story of recovery from Alcoholism and Depression

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July Blog of the Month July 24, 2009

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12 Steps 1 God

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.

 

June Blog of the Month June 2, 2009

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Recovering Anorexic

Welcome to my recovery blog. I’m a recovering anorexic, and I’ve created this blog as a way to help me through the recovery process. I’ll also be documenting my journey with OA (Overeaters Anonymous). This blog is a personal growth and discovery tool I’ll use to stay on track in recovery. Recovery is a life-long process, not a one time shot. Click around some of my pages (below) to get a better understanding of what I’ll be writing about. Thanks!

 

March Blog of the Month March 4, 2009

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I’m just F.I.N.E.

Recovery in Al-Anon

Telling about what it’s like to work on recovering from the affects of alcoholism through Al-Anon

My name is Syd. I’m an adult child of an alcoholic married to an alcoholic who is learning the steps to recovery through Al-Anon. This is my journey in search of serenity.

 

February Blog of the Month February 1, 2009

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Young, Dumb, Sober

“This blog is going to take its own shape. basically I like anything that gives me a rush… poker, snowboarding, soccer, women. I spent most of adolescence doing drugs and being the best heroin and cocaine addict I could be. When I wasn’t doing that I was being the best alcoholic I could be. Long story short, i ended up getting clean and sober almost 4 years ago. I thought the rest would be happily ever after… It is for the most part. The rest is just chatter in my head. I thought I would anonymously share all that on the internet. I never considered anything I have to say important enough to write down, or for anyone else to read. I still don’t. I do however think that my story, my day to day life, struggles, triumphs and rantings are one of a kind. ”