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A near-fatal fall brought this teen into AA. Now the program is part of her family.
"I thank God all the time for saving me. I have no flashbacks or memory of what happened that night."
Today I truly believe in miracles. I still don’t understand everything that happens, and sometimes I don’t think everything is fair, but I’m coming to realize that’s OK. With over two years clean, one day at a time, I know I can’t change the world. I’ve learned to accept the things I cannot change—and to not give up on the things I can.
Today, this very moment, I have no desire to drink. It’s a great feeling. I’m not sure when I began to control my thoughts and not react on my anger, but I like it. I like waking up remembering what I did and who I did the... Login to read more
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