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An AA shares his thoughts on sobriety after going to a local Round-up
Last year, the theme of a local Round-up was "Sobriety Our First Priority." That topic really put things into perspective. Shortly before, I attended a meeting where a fellow from Louisiana said the word "slip" was an acronym for "sobriety lost its priority." And our priorities are what we actually do with our time. I can't build a contented sobriety based on what I plan on doing, I have to base it on what I am doing in our program.
I had my first drink, got drunk, sick, passed out and blacked out at age 17. My last drink, of which I have no recollection, was shortly after I turned...
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