Growth led to more understanding and that understanding showed me there is no shame in asking for help
At the beginning it seemed impossible to get my head wrapped around that notion. How could surrender ever bring victory?
Starting the new year off on the right foot: sober, healthy and ready for anything that life has to bring. Celebrating day one in Sannichton…
I’ve been able to focus my attention on much more important things, like myself and God and doing the next best thing.
Sharing a laugh, embracing in a hug, holding hands, talking in conversation — the kind of stuff that can’t be wrapped in paper and a bow.
One day a brave man came into my life. He gained my trust. He was gentle and kind, and I was not. I never liked anyone who got too close to me, yet his persistence and patience was intriguing to me.
It comes in small sections, at best it only lasts 15-20 minutes, sometimes only for a few seconds. It’s elusive and hard to find and yet it’s within us all.
Take a trip in your time machine, look back at all you have achieved, you’ll be surprised what you will find.
Life was this constant race, either I was running, or being chased — always on the go. I couldn’t sit still, I couldn’t stop. I needed alcohol to fuel myself; the more I burned, the more I needed.
At the beginning of this new journey I made an oath to be willing to go to “any lengths” – but what does that mean exactly?