On the verge of homelessness with his Gucci slippers, Don still had ego hanging on. After 5 years of struggling, he finally got this sobriety thing, and then 10 years into sobriety Don had his hardest year yet - but remains sober. This is a great share with many nuggets of wisdom.
“The fellowship of AA will never fail, if you just raise your hand and ask for help.”
“I just wanted the chaos to stop, and I didn’t want to die . . . and now I have a full life, I get to experience everything.”
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