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Thanks
By will
2/3/2012 6:22:18 PM
Thanks to all of you. You've given me a lot to think about and work on. It is very nice to know there are many who care.

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Gratitude    
"I too am thankful for the support and feedback I have been given here. Thanks will for reminding me to be thankful for the people who spend their time to support me, a random, anonymous person who is seeking recovery."
posted at 21:06:25 on February 3, 2012 by rachp
Just one big happy step family    
"We all care because we aren't just random anonymous people, we are step brothers and sisters bound by pain and mutual desire for recovery. We know a great deal about each, just not names and faces sometimes. I've actually run into a few off-line. Some I have met in meetings first and then we have met again here. One I got to know really well here and then met at a recovery. After he had shared in the meeting I knew who he was, so after the meeting I went up to him and introduced myself as JustJohn and we instantly hugged. Names ad faces are minor details compared to the bond we have here. I'm sure we will have a big family reunion on the other side.

Take care my brothers and sisters,
John"
posted at 09:14:07 on February 4, 2012 by justjohn


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