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WOULD A DRINK HELP? 

By going back in our own drinking histories, we could show that years before we realized it we were out of control, that our drinking even then was no mere habit, that it was indeed the beginning of a fatal progression. 

TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 23 

When I was still drinking, I couldn't respond to any of life's situations the way other, more healthy, people could. The smallest incident triggered a state of mind that believed I had to have a drink to numb my feelings. But the numbing did not improve the situation, so I sought further escape in the bottle. Today I must be aware of my alcoholism. I cannot afford to believe that I have gained control of my drinking -- or again I will think I have gained control of my life. Such a feeling of control is fatal to my recovery. 


Alcoholics Anonymous, Daily Reflections, p.18, with permission from AAWS
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John T. Begin
Date Posted: 01/18/2018 08:50 AM
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