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    Wow, I never met anyone with a mah jong injury before! 🙂

    Good for you–we all have to push past our comfort zones a bit. Staying comfortable won’t buy us any progress.

    As for your friend, people who are not alcoholics don’t understand what it’s like to be TRULY out of control. They are like people who enjoy an amusement park ride, but have no clue what it’s like to be on a rollercoaster that never, ever ends, no matter how much you want to get off.

    Let us know how the meeting goes!



    Had to copy your rollercaoster analogy into my new notebook, perfect, spot on.
    I am in awe of the journeys we are all on in this seemingly mad world.
    Read thorough all my last few months journals and what a downtrodden weary old thing I have been. No wonder with all that poison running through my veins and the impending doom of the endless rollercoaster ride.
    It’s stopped now, I can take a breath, weird, strange, wonderful and sad, what odd creatures we human beings.
    I am going to make a gentle list of the things that i will once more enjoy, take it steady, keep it simple.
    Thank you all so much for your support.
    I am truly grateful.
    An amazing bunch of people.



    Best of luck to you Isit – my local meeting is also on Thursday night and I am planning to go back and face them all again after another relapse – it wont be my first time so wont be as anxious as you but im sure you will find it worth it and I will think of you attending your first meeting when I will be heading for my, hopefully last first meeting after relapse (hope that makes the sense it is intended to).

    All the best.

    DG xx

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