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  • Daniel Spong changed their profile picture 3 years, 7 months ago

  • Pandemic created a ‘tipping point’ for some in addiction recovery, says mental health expert

    The economic instability and stressors of changed ways of life have served as a tipping point for some of those […]

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  • Hey everyone…anyone on here been to the online meetings lately?? Hoping to meet some of you in the meetings!! Have a great week!

  • Anyone else ever get the back to school blues?  Having kids means you get a schedule…not your schedule but THEIR schedule which means finding time for yourself is very difficult.  I have had to really learn mys […]

  • If you are in recovery and you have been on a beach, in a boat, at a sport event or in any type of restaurant this summer you have seen the “White Claw”…the thing took over the drinking scene this summer and it wa […]

  • Hey ya’ll what is everyone up to today!?! I have had an amazing summer and I am looking forward to the school season! Any other moms out there thinking the same thing?

  • Hey everyone….what is everyone’s sober date?? Mine is Feb 13, 2010! One day at a time!!

  • Heidi Quist posted an update 5 years ago

    How is everyone doing today?? I had a great meeting last night in online meeting…working on acceptance and one of the attendees put me right in my place on saying “this too shall pass”…thank you Amy for reminding me of simple thought thinking!

  • Loss is a hard pill to swallow…being lied to, someone dragging your name in the mud, family turning their back on you…all hard pills to swallow.  The hardest pill I had to swallow was knowing I had to stop drug […]

  • Heidi Quist posted an update 5 years ago

    Hey ya’ll what is everyone’s sober date?? Mine is February 13th 2009…crazy trip it has been! Anyone have any good stories?

  • I’ve often heard it said in AA meetings that “the opposite of addiction is connection.” A phrase popularised in recent years by the writer and journalist Johann Hari. Thinking about my own experience of addict […]

  • People who have had multiple traumatic events (adverse childhood experiences) in their youth are more likely to suffer from chronic illnesses, alcohol use disorder, and more in adulthood.

    Getting sober is often […]

  • You access them through the “Online Meetings” tab! Hope to see you in the rooms!

  • Hope you all have a great week, thank you to everyone who attending the meeting tonight it was great to talk and have someone listen! Hope to see more of you this week! 6 PM central!!

    • so what nights are actually popular with the zoom meeting heidi—i get on here a bunch and hardley any one ever on

    • Kevin, they have been packed for the last few months I have a question for you…are you going in at 6 pm Central?? They have found out that some people come into the meeting at a non meeting time and yeah, no one is in the meeting. let me know if you need any help!! Heidi

  • Misty J posted an update 5 years, 2 months ago

    I know your tired. I know you feel like giving up. But your not going to. You know why? Because you are strong and when you survived all the crap your addiction put you through. Your still standing tall and can survive anything your recovery puts in front of you!

    • YES!! Love this, I needed to hear this today…there are days I just want to say no and go the easy route, which we all know is NOT the easy route! I know as the years go on it gets better and the strength will get better the further along I get!

  • How is everyone doing today?? I had a rough patch this last week as it was the anniversary of my mom passing. I always struggle a little during this time…I think it is a good thing as it reminds me that people are precious in your life and leave such an imprint on your memories so I strive to be a good imprint on others as well by staying…[Read more]

  • Misty J posted an update 5 years, 2 months ago

    The Chance to Change Your Life

    Your addiction has given you the opportunity to change your life. Changing your life is what makes recovery both difficult and rewarding. Recovery is difficult because you have to change your life, and all change is difficult, even good change. Recovery is rewarding because you get the chance to change your life.…[Read more]

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