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  • Scared. Pledging the next 24 hours.
    • It's okay ((((Carolyn )))) We've got you! You are scared because you are setting yourself free and being free isn't familiar to you. Being scared just means you are about to do something very, very brave! Let us know how we can be of support and help to you. Big Support Hugs.....thomas
  • Pledging another 24hours
  • I'm going to Pleage for today not to pick up with God's grace go I
  • Late with my pledge but glad to be able to add another 24 no drinking and happily pledging another 24 ahead of me no alcohol!
    Have a good day everyone!
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    Whenever I have managed to get despair thinking out of the way, there have been very few things able to slow down my progress. Way too much time and energy is given to despair thinking when we get the least bit uncomfortable. We call it trapped or stuck when really it is only ourselves calling to us to get up and move....to do something forward no matter how small. Sharing that we feel despairing thoughts is good...it gets it all out and onto the table where we can be supported and encouraged...but that is where despair thoughts need to end and be left behind.

    We need to learn to take our challenges in stride instead of wilting at the first sign of opposition. The next right thing is never a conversation or thing of despair, powerless, or weakness talk....not ever. The next right thing might be tackling a struggle head on...and it might just be to slow down and go fishing or for a walk in the park for a while.

    The heart knows what the next right thing is....we just have to listen, take a deep breath of courage....and respond to it.

    Let's keep it all rolling together gang! Loving these cool, crisp Autumn days of the journey. Big Hugs to Everyone.....thomas
  • in for the next twenty four hours , clean and sober.
  • Gratefully in for another 24.
  • In 4 24!
  • I'm pledging another 24 hours of sobriety and enjoying all it brings.
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  • Gratitude !
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  • .....All those seeds I've planted for my dreams and goals over the last year are at last peeking out from the soils I placed them in... they are just now showing themselves where I can reach and touch them now. I'm grateful how after planting good seeds in life.......faith while tending to and nurturing what I cannot see sustains me while I wait on the good results.
  • I have the love and support of my family.
  • I have respect, not only for others but of myself!
  • I had an absolutely incredible weekend of camping, paddle boarding and hanging with my hubby. The weather was beyond gorgeous!
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  • My kids all live close by
  • Had a great family day yesterday!
  • I have the love of my family!
  • ...I've learned that I cannot force the world to stop going so fast and demanding....but I CAN force myself to slow down and be less demanding of myself in it. All it takes is one empowered choice to do so.
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