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Turning It Over
She found that if she trusted her higher power, things would get sorted out
I sobered up on December 25, 2010. At three months sober, I moved from Florida to my hometown of Rapid City, South Dakota. I messed up my life up badly.
I had blown my subsidized housing, lost my food stamps, and was living in a women's shelter. While there, all my identity was stolen. It took me months to clear that up.
Anything that could go wrong seemed to be going wrong. My family wanted nothing to do with me.
While I had been living in Florida, I had lost my medical insurance which was a big problem for me as I am disabled. This too took a long time to sort... Login to read more
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