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Alcoholism – Through My Son’s Eyes

We cannot forget the casualties of  alcoholism With all the accolades and celebrations for sobriety, which are well deserved, I can easily lose sight of the ones too often forgotten in my recovery. They are the ones that I have…

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Freedom From The Red, White, and Booze

A day of just simple freedom The fourth of July always meant two things, fireworks and fermented beverages. I looked forward to most holidays because it was accepted to drink to excess. The fourth of July was one of my…

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Alcoholic Evolution – From Recovery to Life

I have taken on an alcoholic evolution – from recovery to life I am an alcoholic but I am also many other things. I have alcoholism. The disease is a condition not a definition of who I am. In my…

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We Dont Have to Die By Chris Freeman

From the book, “Alcoholics Anonymous” : ” Your job now is to be at the place where you may be of maximum helpfulness to others, so never hesitate to go anywhere if you can be helpful. You should not hesitate…

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The Ripple Effect – Make a Difference

Do we really make a difference? I asked them to raise their hands if they had ever felt like they didn’t make a difference. Felt like they didn’t matter and nobody noticed them. The room was full of raised hands,…

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Recovery’s Twitter Trap by Mark Goodson

Recovery’s Twitter Trap I was giddy today when I logged on to discover that my blog reached 1,000 views all time. While a modest count to some, this is an accomplishment for this first-time blogger and tweeter. I’ve spent 100…

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