I started my addiction at the age of ten years old. Drinking was a common thing in my house hold, and from age ten my usage increased and by junior high I was drinking almost a fifth a day. By high school it was black velvet and marijuana, cocaine and pain killers, and after high
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What if all of life weren’t such a fragile thing- And all of time spent kept locked on loop eternally, But all the while still perceived equally as fleeting As the first flash of eyelashes batting softly back to sleep, And that first dream that lasted light-years- But woke to know no longer than a
My name is Sean. I am writing from the Utah State Prison and am in the Conquest Drug Program and am getting ready to graduate the program in a couple of weeks and then be released shortly after that. I am from Ogden UT and have tried doing parole there in the past and as
Chocolate or vanilla? Coffee. Decaf coffee over ice that isn’t wet. Chicken or beef? Bacon, bacon. More bacon. With bacon sauce. Talk to me about your first high or your first alcoholic high. What were you trying to cover up? The first time I remember getting high was out front of Ripple’s drive-in in Edgemont.
I started drinking when I was fourteen. Like with many A.A.s it started out as taboo recreation, however, early on I was an excessive drinker. I didn’t stop at just enough to catch a buzz. I consumed alcohol until there was none left. I didn’t see it as a problem at the time. I thought
In August I was able to spend some time in Eastern Europe. I had a chance to attend several English speaking A. A. meetings while there. One was in Zagreb, Croatia. It was a holiday week in that country and I was told that most of the regular members were out of town, so it
“Going back out.” Only three words, but in many respects the scariest three words we can hear in AA. Many of us who have been out dread the thought of going back out but we do it, again and again. One of the greatest strengths of AA is that the group continues to support fellow