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Hi dazwm

I am also very shy/introverted. A long conversation with me would be 2 minutes!
But I am only a young feller...52 years and counting.

I have now been off the punt for 15 months, and as such am able to chair some of our meetings.
It is all part of the process of growing, improving self esteem, self worth, etc.

Please trust me!

Go to your local GA. You will not have to say anything unless you want to.
Just be there, listen, observe & learn. I honestly think that GA is the best thing you can do
for yourself at the moment.

If you still feel that you can't attend a meeting, how about a counselling service?
There are organisations in the UK (I am in Australia) that offer free telephone/online &
face to face counselling.

As you may have gathered from my suggestions, I think that talking to someone abour your/our addiction is the best way to come to terms with/and beat this addiction.

Re your council/electric tax. If you do get behind in paying these essential bills, get in touch with them very quickly & try to come to an arrangement before they pull the plug.

Best wishes

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