I Am Woman

I know today, from having been in recovery for a period of time, that I have value.  The Program has taught me that I have both purpose and direction in my life.  My purpose is to be of service to other women by means of sponsorship, and my direction is to stay sober each day.  I respect myself as a woman. I am confident in the Program, I am confident in my Higher Power and I am confident in my own abilities.  I am capable of change and growth, and I am capable of believing in myself.  I do not compare myself to others, rather I compare who I am today with who I was before recovery.  When I do this I can clearly see positive changes in both my behavior and recovery.



One thought on “I Am Woman

  1. Harry SimsJuly 24, 2017 at 3:40 PM
    Why do you think we spend so much time and dedicated effort to mold our children in the formative years of their personality. Why do they need the experiences of “getting out of self”?

    Why is the opening salvo, “Share”?

    “All I really need to know I learned in kindergarten”.

    According to our Big Book, I must’ve missed that.

    When anyone anywhere reaches out for help I want the hand of AA always to be the and for that I am responsible.– From How It Works.

    Harry, grateful alcoholic.

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