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Abstinence and recovery are not owned by anybody
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Abstinence and recovery are not owned by anybody....

They are rented. And the rent is due every day!....

Most would disagree maybe?.....

Most may say you can buy it and its yours for life....

Maybe why so many have relapses?.....

If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem!.....

(Written with thanks to my higher power)
Meetings help, but meetings are only a small part to how GA works....

GA is a 12 step organisation that offers the program that keeps me in recovery...

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True, thank you for sharing, I believe I am just a Tennant, I may not own my recovery but I am responsible for it and it’s up keep. I am responsible for just my recovery and mine alone, in unity your friend darren.......jft......
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Absolutely Darren. Renewing my tennancy for today. JFT Smartie xx
Meetings help, but meetings are only a small part to how GA works....

GA is a 12 step organisation that offers the program that keeps me in recovery...

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Meetings help, but meetings are only a small part to how GA works....

GA is a 12 step organisation that offers the program that keeps me in recovery...

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Meetings help, but meetings are only a small part to how GA works....

GA is a 12 step organisation that offers the program that keeps me in recovery...

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(24-06-2018, 05:00 PM)smartie Wrote: Abstinence and recovery are not owned by anybody....

They are rented. And the rent is due every day!....

Most would disagree maybe?.....

Most may say you can buy it and its yours for life....

Maybe why so many have relapses?.....

If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem!.....

(Written with thanks to my higher power)
Hi

Abstinence and recovery are not the same thing.

Yet for me I needed to abstain before I could start the process of my inner healing.

Healing my hurt inner child takes time.

I needed to learn to be both patient and tolerant with myself.

I am a non religious person and was able to heal from very painful trauma moments in my life.

The important thing is to keep with your recovery.

Take every unhealthy habit and turn it in to a healthy habit.

To become more productive yet less obsessive.

To be committed to myself for the long journey of self discovery.

Love and peace to every one.

Dave L

AKA Dave of Beckenham
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Thanks for adding to the discussion my friend....

Smartie xx
Meetings help, but meetings are only a small part to how GA works....

GA is a 12 step organisation that offers the program that keeps me in recovery...

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