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Which Wolf Do You Feed?
All of us have defects and all of us have good qualities. It is our decision in recovery who we want to be. It doesn't happen overnight but the results are amazing with action and God's help.
The Euphoria of Recovery
Call it a pink cloud or just call it happiness. The first 30 days of sobriety are exceptionally memorable for many of us. Recovery is for a lifetime and it is difficult to keep that euphoric feeling alive.
God Is Doing For Us
Not all of the Promises of the Big Book come to fruition easily or quickly. But you might be amazed to find that God is doing for you what you cannot do for yourself more times than you realized.
Step Six and the Principle of Willingness
Ready, willing and able. We must be ready and willing to have our defects removed but we are only able to do this with the help of our Higher Power. But do we want to get rid of all of them?
Testimony of a Food Addict
A look into the very spiritual recovery of a food addict. A special article by my guest, Maureen.
Steps Four and Five--Again!
The only way we can continue to learn about ourselves is to work Steps Four and Five. Each time we do, we reveal more about ourselves and get closer to the person we want to be.
We say that the people that mind don't matter but there is more to anonymity than that. Breaking anonymity requires thought and common sense.
Recovery gives us the freedom to make choices in our behaviors. How we choose to live the principles of the 12 Steps will determine the peace, happiness and serenity we want in our lives.
Thanks for Letting Me Be of Service
There are things we can do to be of service that are totally enjoyable. We all have talents that go beyond what we might believe we have to help others. Enjoy sobriety through service.
Being Human and Recovery
Not everyone in recovery has a kind and gentle nature. Our own human nature sometimes becomes dominant in our abiities to stay sober and to help others.
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