I often think about the greatest people I have met in Alcoholics Anonymous. The list is so long it would take me days to write out everyone’s name. Truth is, there are so many wonderful people in AA. These are sober people trying to live a good life, giving back their time and service to […]Read more "How To Work the 12 Steps of AA With Your Sponsor"
When I start to miss meetings, I start to get complacent and uneasy. These feelings are often followed by drunk dreams, or what I call relapse dreams. Not the, ‘oh I had a random drinking dream.’ These are the dreams that are so vivid and so full of the fun and excitement that was once […]Read more "What do Relapse Dreams Mean?"
Fun in sobriety can sometimes feel like an impossibility. However, with a little imagination, positive support from friends and family, there are countless ways that you can have fun while sober. After all, we’re not a glum lot! After a decade of sobriety, activities that don’t involve alcohol have become commonplace for me, but I […]Read more "Fun in Sobriety – Top 10 Ways and More"
My secret was that I was a certified addict struggling with alcoholism. I didn’t want anyone to know, yet everyone that knew me and saw me, understood one thing: I was out of control. So what did I do? I moved from Kansas City to Los Angeles to get away from it all. Mainly, I […]Read more "This All-American City Caused My Alcoholism!"