Wow 2040 days...
By doanair
4/2/2010 3:34:50 PM
I just came back to this site after a very long time, just to see if it is still here and it is!! Still alive and well and that is good.

I looked at my profile and saw that I have been sober for 2,040 days!! Wow... That is insane. I love my Savior Jesus Christ for providing me the patience, strength and courage to keep fighting every day. It is because of His grace that I can be honest and clean one day at a time.


"Thanks for sharing, again! Congratulations. Keep dwelling in the light."
posted at 16:24:05 on April 2, 2010 by BeClean
HOW AND WHY???    

How did you manage this accomplishment?
Why did those things work?
I earnestly want to know to learn from those who have overcome."
posted at 10:51:23 on April 3, 2010 by Anonymous
"I want to say thank u first to Jesus
For sending his angels to save me
I am so graful for the 12 step via audio
I am the addict in a corner
Fighting the battle to b sober
I lost my phone about 2 weeks ago
And felt so alone the audio 12 steps
Carried me like know its 3 am insomnia
Anxiety sits in I can listen
At 3 am when Satan trays
To remind me of my abuse
I turn on the meeting and
Am reminded I can do this "
posted at 04:02:41 on November 12, 2014 by Anonymous
"I am a addict to marijuana pornography homosexuality I am a 45 year old addict fighting
For the life god intended me to have
I'm still ashamed and feel defeated
But I'm so greatful for testimony and service
Thank u for barring witness
To our weakness and teaching me
Recovery slow or immediate recovery can be peaceful"
posted at 04:15:17 on November 12, 2014 by Anonymous

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