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She found herself glamorizing drinking and had to remember to watch the movie all the way to the end

Over the time I have been in AA, the Twelve Steps have become an intrinsic part of my life. They seamlessly work in my life. The mere fact that I am human seems to create the daily need to take inventory, make amends, and meditate and submit my will to God. I really don't have to think about it too intentionally. These things come naturally now.

However, recently challenged by a meeting discussion, I realized that is not the case with the First Step. And I'm actually very happy with that.

I can honestly say that I no longer have the "obsession." I'm not sitting around pining... Login to read more
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