In this calm share Margaret shares her beginnings in the rooms, which started as an Al-Anon member, before she realized it was AA that was needed. As a young single mother of two, Margaret was able to do 90 meetings in 90 days all because she couldn’t figure out how to go home and not drink – and she’s been sober since.
“When I take alcohol into my body, I can’t control my thinking. I surrender what I’m thinking—I surrender my body’s actions to the alcohol acting in my body.”
“I walked into the meeting . . . and I felt like I had come home, it felt like I fit in my skin, it felt like for once, I was ok.”
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