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Sponsor says I don’t believe I am an alcoholic



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    Anonymous

    @DayTrader 2844315 wrote:

    As I practiced letting go of “my will” and “my control” I started getting better results in those areas. So….I’d turn more over, wiich led to more good results. Over time, you let more and more go…..and it becomes more and more clear that yer not all the manager you thought you were….

    Yea, That resonates with me… It was a decision to turn my will and my life over… but it was (still very much is) a process of actually doing it… practice practice… 🙂

    It’s really neat to see how the step that DT is getting at, and most of these posts have at least touched on it… is step 3!! For me it really helps emphasize how important it is to get step one right, because it’s almost impossible to discuss and have a meaningful step 2 and 3 experience if you don’t. Which we’ve already touched on also…



    #4853062

    Anonymous

    Whether you are living under a bridge and eat out of dumpsters or you just backed your Rolls Royce into your Learjet the pain is still the same. There is no litmus test for addiction or recovery for that matter. Only you know the truth. Just sayin…



    #4853057

    Anonymous

    Keep it simple.

    My life was unmanageable because I couldn’t manage my drinking. I couldn’t manage
    to have one or two drinks, no matter how much I tried.

    I was powerless.



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