An alcoholic only on the inside, Becca was consumed by thoughts of drinking but had no rock bottom, just complete insanity of her thinking mind. After a heavy and emotional night of drinking, Becca woke up and it hit her, a helpful thought: I cannot live like this anymore.
“When I walked into one of those rooms for the first time . . . I immediately felt comforted . . . I felt like I found my tribe, my people.”
“Such a great group of people [AA] who will always be there and understand what you’re going through.”
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