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A Bunch of Weirdos
He didn't want what they had until he really needed their help
I did not want to be an alcoholic. I wasn't an alcoholic. I did not want to go to "those meetings". Nobody was going to understand me, and there was no way that I was going to relate to anybody. I could take care of myself, and I was smart enough to figure it out. My problem was my ex-wife. Oh yeah, and also my lack of employment. I sold my house because I wanted to, not because of my drinking. I just needed some time to get it all back.
These were the thoughts that ran through my head as I walked towards the door of an AA meeting. Even though I kept telling myself that I would be...
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