LINCOLN: The Movie, The Man, And The Importance Of Thankgsgiving One Day At A Time!

English: Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad looking at an album of photographs. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Recovery is a process, we take simple steps one day at a time. We learn how to live sober and we relearn how to work through issues and day to day events, all the while keeping our eye on...
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Holidays Require Vigilance

As the year fast comes to a close we all reflect on the past year and dream of what is to come. There are number of people whose New Year resolution will be to change the way they are living, especially if they are battling with drug and alcohol addiction. The road to change is...
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Alcohol Driving Deaths Report

The holidays for most people are often a time of partying and jubilee, when people who do not normally consume a lot of alcohol end up drinking more. Consumption of alcohol can go from having a good time with one’s peers to a tragedy in a matter of seconds when one decides to get behind...
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Gratitude for Gifts Received

What Are You Grateful For? As the New Year approaches I find myself thinking of how different my life is after 22 years of sobriety. Today I am grateful, not just for the countless gifts I have received but also for the life lessons that brought me to Alcoholics Anonymous. At one of the first...
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Sober Holidays From Cottonwood de Tucson

A recent article in the New York Times, It’s the Holidays. How About Just One?, (Jim Atkinson, December 8, 2008) caught our attention. The author, an alcoholic with 16 years of sobriety, describes the cultural discourse that supports and encourages the over-use of alcohol at most events during the holidays. The readers, in this case...
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