One Night on a Church Playground
A teenager shares how, with an old-timer's help, she learned to walk through the pain and love Step Seven
STEP SEVEN: Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings.
I had no idea that on January 21, 1999 my life was going to change forever. I was barely 15 years old and terrified I was going to die a horrific alcoholic death. I had been coming to AA and taking the suggestions, but my desire to drink overpowered the one to stay sober. So many nights I had promised my parents I would stay dry, but I got drunk despite my best intentions.
But on January 20, I got drunk for what I pray was the last time. I cried as I confessed my slip to my family and peers at my therapy group.... Login to read more
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