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Old 04-23-2018, 09:48 AM   #10 (permalink)

Join Date: Feb 2018
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The best thing I ever did was to talk to my Catholic priests. Free mental advice and they wil come to you even if you are in asylum. But AA women's group was awesome too. In the mixed meetings men dominate and it took me a moment even to begin to understand what AA is about. Not about to brag but I taught college and university until booze took it away so it was a mystery to me as to what the point was, at first, The concept of AA and The Big Book were created a very long time ago but they rests on spirituality and peer support. There are dozens of other ways to recover, in addition to AA I found a great councilor at local outpatient services and spirituality in jail. That hopefully is not a "yet" you reached. There is ER, your doctor? AA, lots of resources that have been posted here and there is always something great to read. But don't isolate yourself, join the communities that are best for you! Do some yoga if that works for you.
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