Over the edge
A young AA finds the program after almost killing a friend in a blackout
I DID really well in school and loved sports as a kid. I loved making new friends and having a great time just running around, as a kid should.
Somewhere between 10 and 12 years old, I began to become introverted. I started to pick up ways of thinking and responding to emotions and the world that would eventually become deadly to my spirit, my growth and my fellow man.
I stopped expressing any level of hurt or sadness, as I saw it as weak. Self-centered fear began to run my life. I was deeply afraid of letting anyone know how I really felt (inadequate and insecure) and... Login to read more
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