FOR more than thirty years I’ve stayed and played Behind the walls of denial For three decades enslaved Now that’s quite a while It was denial self will and Indulgence in false pride I couldn’t face reality So I’d use the dope to hide I couldn’t/wouldn’t admit That I was sick….. So I’d smoke me
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The Women’s Circle of Hope held their first meeting in 2008. We met at the Mountain Road Church located at 796 S Mountain Road in Fruit Heights, Utah. The meeting still meets at this location every Saturday from 10:00am-11:00am. At the first meeting, 10-12 women attended. The founding member of the group is Susan M.
Dear readers, Since my last letter I am proud to say, I’m still in recovery thanks to creator and the will power he has gifted me with. I am Native American and attend Wellbriety, a 12-step program for natives. The program teaches steps in a traditional way, it keeps me in touch with a passion
…(continued from May 2019) Things were going well at first. I knew I would drink again if I stayed. In my alcoholic mind I told myself I could drink again so it was only a matter of time. As you know life goes on and things happen and our paths change, sometimes for the better
MY true freedom began in the rooms of A.A. at the Utah State Prison. My addiction began at the age of 11 years old. I believe it was 1981. I used to take drinks out of my father’s beer and or mixed drinks. It’s amazing how well I can remember those times. I remember taking
I am an alcoholic, and adult child of chronic alcoholic parents. Alcoholism was a normality and commonplace in the community I was born into. Not only were my parent’s alcoholics, but also were my grandparents, close aunts and uncles, family friends, next door neighbors, and many of the everyday people that lived around my locality.
HAZMAT I am a hazmat, a has-been who is half-assed. I’ve grasped that, and I get it. Try to live a life of acceptance. To move passed that; I’m glad that, I’m here and where I’m at yeah. Wouldn’t take anything back yeah, that’s a fact, and- As I’ve come to understand, all I can