Married at 17, sober at 27, mother of two boys in the military, and having recently celebrated 30 yrs of sobriety, Carla is a very young old-timer that brings calm wisdom to her share.
“If you’re out there suffering, know you’re not alone, there is a solution.”
“Alcoholics Anonymous isn’t the only way to get sober, but it’s a really great tool that works for a lot of people, so if you’re suffering, give it a try.”
“I’ve found that Alcoholics Anonymous has given me a way of living that really works.”
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