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Day 3
By They_Speak
6/19/2012 12:11:08 AM
Went to 4 meetings today. It was my day off and I had some chatching up to do. Sometimes it seems like the meetings that turn out the best are the ones I want to leave or not go to at first. My second meeting today I was fidgety like a mother. It turned out to be a wonderful meeting. In my last 2 meetings I worked through some resentments. It was good to talk about them. On page 70 in the big blue book I was really given the choice to either be sorry and be forgiven or not and continue drinking (sexing/what have you). I realize I just need to be sorry for how some things went down. It's hard because I feel wronged. But ultimately I was only wronged by myself and god knows that I've done worse and been forgiven for more than anyone could do to me.

Still sober. Need to get a different phone and lock down a couple of our computers that aren't locked. Feel good. Feel lasting sobriety is possible. Tired.

Comments:

Man, I'm glad you're back!    
"I missed your comments! Sounds like you are still fighting the good fight! Keep going, Bro!"
posted at 17:23:12 on June 19, 2012 by Anonymous
ditto    
"I'm glad to hear from you too, speak."
posted at 20:31:42 on June 19, 2012 by beclean
Ha!, thanks fellas    
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posted at 23:12:31 on June 19, 2012 by They_Speak


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General Conference, October 1988