Always feeling like an outsider and unable to connect to others, Ursula found something in the escape of alcohol. Ursula shares a beautifully honest and humble story of growing her small voice and finding peace and love and connection in this world.
“God this is it, this is that moment where I can go back . . . or I can pick up the tools . . . I could relapse, or I could work the program . . . and I’m so grateful that the urge started to melt away.”
“Our program of action is really something powerful.”
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