Eddie has spent most of his life sober, though he drifted from the rooms more than once, about 20 yrs ago he found his way back and has since gotten into the middle of the fellowship. The joy Eddie has today is palpable—for this old timer, the promises have and continue, to come true.
“Life is really, really good for me . . . things are good, and they’re only good because those kids back in 1983 would not let me skip out on this gift, they dragged me into those meetings and I’m forever grateful to them.”
“Happiness is a temporary state of mind . . . joy is what I aspire to, and it’s what I find when I work with others and do the kind of things that take me out of self.”
vol 112. Sobriety Date 5/24/2015 (Glenn H.)Glenn didn’t drink much until he was a successful business man, which quickly ca
vol 111. Sobriety Date 3/30/2020 (Alex)1st generation kid that began serious drinking at 10 yrs. old, with lots of drug
vol 110. Sobriety Date 8/13/2018 (Howard R.)After waking up face down in his backyard, having no memory of the previous day,
vol 109. Sobriety Date 1/26/2004 (Hans)Hans was in and out of the rooms for 6 yrs. but he kept trying, and each time he