A New Kind of Love
In sobriety, she learned how to love herself and others
I'm sitting at the base of Greylock Mountain, in Atlanta, Idaho. It's very quiet and I have the gift of this opportunity to contemplate. Soon, I will have my three-year sobriety birthday. It doesn't sound like long, but it's not been easy for me.
I am one who has had to work at it. It took lots of changes, transformations, experiences to get here. It's been worth it, though. My heart is beating a sober rythm. I feel so clear and am filled with gratitude. I am experiencing a love I have never known and it truly is grace.
Being of Service
He learned how to give of himself in AA and carried that into his everyday life
Rowing Up the River
After he started feeling worse sober, he realized that he needed to do things differently
When he got sober, he understood the value of certain experiences
The Things That Matter
Alcohol no longer is the most important thing in his life