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Step One Presentation

I presented my first step in a meeting on Friday.  That is the way they do it in SAA.   I got a lot of positive feedback.   156 more words

a little effort versus a big fit.

The checklist has been put into motion. It was a needed step, this piece of paper in my pocket. See, the biggest self-imposed obstacle in my life is my willingness to wallow. 260 more words

The Twelve Steps

there are no secret passages.

Time for a checklist. My daily efforts can no longer exist solely in my head. Half of what I want to do is ending up on the should pile. 209 more words


What does an alcoholic look like???

Like many of you, I watched the segment by Maria Shriver on the Today Show regarding moms who drink too much. First and foremost, I want to commend the network for chipping away at such an important societal secret that festers just below the surface of “polite talk”. 561 more words

When I started planning Working on a Dream, I wanted it to do one thing above all else: inspire people. So often in the world we’re just trying to get by and we forget that spark of possibility which waits for us to have time to begin living the way we wish life could be. 160 more words

Working On A Dream

It is a Tremendous Satisfaction to Record (Step One continued)

It is a tremendous satisfaction to record that in the following years this changed.  Alcoholics who still had their health, their families, their jobs, and even two cars in the garage, began to recognize their alcoholism. 

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Alcoholics Anonymous