We Can’t Do It Alone

I loved this posting. It speaks about the power of the fellowship. We are only as sick as our secrets and we can’t keep it unless we give it away.

Thank you for your service!

What...Me Sober?

I recently ran across a piece of writing that made me really sad. There was talk of repeated relapses and “doing things differently,” but never a mention of a support group.

I’ve been around recovery for a long time, and I have never seen anyone recover successfully without some kind of support outside their immediate family. (I’m not saying that such folks don’t exist, but merely that I haven’t known any.)

Isolation and secrecy are part and parcel of addiction in all its forms.

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