Glenn shares his Experience, Strength and Hope after enjoying his first year in sobriety. When he entered the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous, he immediately saw hope in the Promises. From the beginning, Glenn has embraced the program of AA with honesty, willingness and an open-mind. He even enjoyed Steps 4 and 5, and says they were "very freeing."
"Whenever I drank, it was always to get drunk, that was the soul purpose of it."
"I'm here [in AA] because I don't want to die. I'm here because I'm sick of living a lie and I'm sick of alcohol controlling me."
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