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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. ”