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Things are getting better #2
October 6, 2003
3:15 pm
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darth
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First of all I would like to thank you all for replying, it really means alot to me to here from you guys. I am glad that I could share some happiness for a change.I was not sure how I would accepted or if at all into this chat line, I being the alcoholic. Your welcome has warmed my heart and you guys truly have been helpful, supportive and made me feel comfortable here.I guess I would like to share a little of my AA experience.

At first I did start the program with hopes of only saving my relationship. And have admitted this to my wife. But that quickly changed.I soon started to feel a whole new way, and think in a whole new way,it also has helped me to forgive myself and others, because it is not my fault that I am alcoholic. My life has gotten so much better, everything around me has changed, self centeredness, ego, love, joy, happiness,intamacy,empathy, and most of all my ability to forgive, and let go.Anyone out there with a friend or partner with alcohol problems I strongly suggest at least giving it a chance. Having a life is a beautiful thing. Once you get it you just want to share it with the world.I go to meetings every day, and I dont have to be dragged to them I want to go. I look at it as if it were school, the more you go the more you learn, and if you cut classes you just might miss something.My wife, I fell in love with my wife the very first day I met her, it for me was just like a love story in the movies, I have never stopped loving here, she is the third most precious thing in my life.1) God 2)My children 3)My beautiful wife.AA, and Al-Anon have been great for us, and its a hell of a lot cheaper then a disfunctional therapist Ha Ha !!!!

Thanks for allowing me to share my pain and my happiness with you all, thanks for being there.P.S another good thing about sobriety it allowed me to find THIS web site out of countless millions of others.

Thanks!!!! GOD BLESS!!!!!!!!!

October 6, 2003
3:21 pm
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Good Darth! Very glad for you. Also you might want to see your doctor regarding "what your body does with sugar/insulin". Being an alcoholic points to the fact that - you may have trouble with sugar. And that can cause a myriad of problems and can change your mood drastically. So ask your doctor to give you a blood test that checks what your body does with insulin and if you're sugar sensitive or sugar resistant.

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