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I am so grateful for you all and as and program today is 22 yrs since I lost my infant son. Kept me sick drinking for many I have him his wings I will have 11 months 2nd and can't remember not picking up a drink to bumb the pain and guilt . Today I have made it through XMAS mother's day, without picking up feeling it and bring able to let go and no desire for that drink today so very grateful today I can remember and smile she's a year and its ok. Thank you the feeling is like non other

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Glad to see your pain and grief turn into being grateful for a sober life ... good job ... keep the faith ... it does keep getting better ...


Love ya and God Bless,
Pappy



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Good job!


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Thank so much so very grateful

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Pappy how are you feeling I pray well.

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Your example, Raquel, of perserverence is inspiring.

It's amazing to me how we now can endure great trauma--without using our old means of emotional and emotional escape.

Keep hanging in there.



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