Monica was never a child, she was constantly full of fear, and first picked up a drink at only 9 years old. It took her a long time to find the rooms of AA, and many, many relapses, but today, Monica is happy, joyous and free in a way she’s never experienced in this life.
“Today I am full of hope, passion, energy, life, love . . . if I were to look in the mirror 6 yrs. ago, or even a year ago, I was a dead soul, my soul inside was dead from the disease of alcoholism.”
“You’re gonna have to get sober anyway, why not now?”
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