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Interrupt the Rehearsal
A member realizes that constant ruminations may bring him closer to a drink
Alcoholics Anonymous recognizes several emotional states that can lead to a resumption of drinking. Resentment is surely one; fear another, depression and sorrow, regret and grieving yet others.
These transitive emotions are surely natural and unavoidable in the course of everyday life. Death is a natural progression of life. Loss of social status, of financial stability, loss of a loving relationship, loss of an occupation or career, the loss of good health, of eyesight, of a limb, the onset of a debilitating injury or illness, all these things may fall into our lives at any...
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Out of the Whirlwind
Her life became filled with chaos as soon as she picked up a drink and until she put it back down
Moment in the Mirror
Sweating and shaking in front of the bathroom cabinet, he looked at himself finally surrendered
Changing the Scenery
A newcomer learns that sobriety is an internal journey
Living To Die
Her alcoholism brought her to the brink of death in a bathtub one night