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warrior3995
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warrior3995

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    Location:
    Saskatoon SK Canada
    Occupation:
    Professional Driver
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    https://www.facebook.com/2002Warrior
    Hi, I am a recovered alcoholic/addict and have been clean and sober since March 9, 1995. I refer to myself as alcoholic/addict because that is what I am as our English language dictates, I abused alcohol makes me alcoholic, I abused drugs makes me an addict, simple acceptance, these are my labels in society. I say recovered because that is what I am and my basic text tells me I am recovered, “WE, OF Alcoholics Anonymous, are more than one hundred men and women who have recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. To show other alcoholics precisely how we have recovered is the main purpose (AA Big Book Pg. IV)” according to my search recovered shows up 27 times and recovering shows up twice in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous and this being the only 12 step program I have used to recover from all my addictive behaviors, I will choose to believe the text and the fact that I have no desire to alter my moods any more with mind and mood altering substances.
    In my active addiction I became of no use to anyone including myself and found myself a burden to society as a panhandler living on the streets. My only hope in this site is that some of my insights can help others who struggle with addictions and life, because addiction is only part of the problem, learning to live in my own skin comfortably was the real challenge, but with the 12 steps of AA and God, I like who I am today and know who Greg is.

    I will keep this short here I just wanted to let people know a little of what I have been through so you can choose to read on or ignore what I have to say and even if you read my pages I do not expect you to agree with me, I am just sharing what has worked for me over the years.

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