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  1. Being more committed towards healthy habits in my life and getting motivated (0 Replies)
  2. Understanding Step one and step two. (33 Replies)
  3. Being in the recovery program would help me see that I was like a rat in a wheel sad (0 Replies)
  4. My emotional triggers and my unhealthy reactions to people life and situations (4 Replies)
  5. Abstaining from unhealthy habits I am able to learn healthy habits (0 Replies)
  6. I did not know how unhealthy I was being in action having addictions and obsessions. (0 Replies)
  7. GA meetings (1 Reply)
  8. The recovery program would help me heal and become healthier (0 Replies)
  9. What is a spiritual recovery program and did it work for me (0 Replies)
  10. I no longer want to hurt myself or other people today by being unhealthy today (0 Replies)
  11. Can't Stop (5 Replies)
  12. How many fears did I have and could I become more productive (0 Replies)
  13. Just for today I will not gamble is progress, it means I deal with today only. (0 Replies)
  14. Was it possible to find recovery with out being religious. (5 Replies)
  15. My addictions and my obsessions were a form of self abuse and a way of escaping. (0 Replies)
  16. Gambling establishments did not hurt me I hurt myself (0 Replies)
  17. 12 steps of spiritual recovery simplified for me. Non Religious (2 Replies)
  18. What were my emotional triggers and what made me gamble escape from people &life (0 Replies)
  19. New to here but not gambling (1 Reply)
  20. Humbling myself is about being honest to myself, I was emotionally vulnerable (0 Replies)
  21. What did I need to admit to myself on walking in to the recovery program (0 Replies)
  22. First post (2 Replies)
  23. New to GA (19 Replies)
  24. 6 months on (0 Replies)
  25. What do I get from working my recovery program. (0 Replies)