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New Attitude

December 6, 2014 by Kayce L.

We have been trying to get a new attitude, a new relationship with our Creator, and to discover the obstacles in our path.

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  1. Jay says:

    After 30 years of fighting and wrestling With Alcoholism and Drug Addiction, thru Gods Grace and my Willingness to keep coming back, We will be celebrating 10 years of total sobriety in 3 days….. It finally came to a point where I gave up…. At 46, I entered prison for selling drugs after, no history of incarceration, for 7 years…. It was horrible, but what I needed… Thank You AA and all of the wonderful members I have met over the years…. Keep Coming Back……

  2. Charlcee says:

    Today I am 78 days sober.. I’m so thankful for the willingness to accept change in my life. Being an alcoholic and an addict is the only life I’ve known for so long, and each day I’m sober brings new challenges. But I am grateful for each and every day that I know I have the choice not to drink or drug and today I can honestly say, no matter what happens, I will not use over it. The tools I have been given have helped me in more ways than I can simply say. Thanks A.A. For helping me see that I can be sober!! Xoxo

  3. Wow. I never knew how this story would change a person!!!! Good luck!!!

  4. Vincent Malvini says:

    I have been clean and sober or for 715 days two years on 12 February 2015 awls I know is when I get on my knees and pray that third step seven step and 11th step prayer each and every morning and read pages 86 through 88 and asked my creator to please grant me another day of sobriety and then the willingness and strength to better do is Will what happens is I end up going to sleep sober.
    However this is a small part of it what I have to be is available I have to attend some meetings I need to do some service and I need to reach out once in a while to another suffering alcoholic or just another alcoholic God will design the rest awls I need to be is willing open and honest thank you and good luck and God bless with your journey!

  5. Renee Mayeux says:

    My prayers have matured as I have matured. I realize that Gods perfect goodness and mercy are always available to me and my fellow travelers. I don’t feel the need to pray for Gods love and mercy, they have always been with me. What I ask God for is to give me the willingness to accept His gifts of love, mercy, serenity, forgiveness. The gifts are all there, I must become open to

  6. Thomas Cromer says:

    Tom that’s not nice.!!!!!

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