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  1. What was recovery for me and how would it change my life (1 Reply)
  2. In my recovery each time I went back to addictions obsessions was a chance to learn (3 Replies)
  3. How was the recovery programme was going to help me abstain from one unhealthy habit (0 Replies)
  4. Facing step four reduces our fears and helps heal our pains. (2 Replies)
  5. The inner chimp (4 Replies)
  6. Caught out Again !! (9 Replies)
  7. No Meetings for ME? (5 Replies)
  8. Due to my addiction I use to question if I was evil stupid dumb or just no good (3 Replies)
  9. Recovery is all about healthy healing I am a non religious person. (1 Reply)
  10. GA Rooms (4 Replies)
  11. No matter when you gambled being in meetings is the best and healthiest place to be (3 Replies)
  12. What is recovery to me today how much do I value myself, am I worth it. (0 Replies)
  13. Abstinence and recovery are not owned by anybody (11 Replies)
  14. There is nothing healthy about living in the past, recovery is a healing process (1 Reply)
  15. Towards the first 90 days (0 Replies)
  16. Understanding Step one and step two. (41 Replies)
  17. My name is Simmo (67 Replies)
  18. Did I enjoy living in fear and regret, how much more can I do with my life today (0 Replies)
  19. Living in fear is not healthy for me, how healthy and productive can I get today (0 Replies)
  20. It took me along time to take recovery and healing seriously (0 Replies)
  21. Walking in to the rooms of recovery was very scary and I did not whast to expect (0 Replies)
  22. Once I abstained from unhealthy habits I could get motivated and become healthier. (0 Replies)
  23. I am addicted (0 Replies)
  24. In recovery I would find out I was emotionally vulnerable that I needed to heal (0 Replies)
  25. Shoebox's Story (8 Replies)