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Old 07-03-2004, 11:18 PM   #16  
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Tracy - I know how it is....it's so different when you're with your extended family! And teething....ugh. I know I didn't sleep for about three months when my son was teething.
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Old 07-04-2004, 11:36 AM   #17  
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Default Thank you for all the well wishes

We are hanging in there.

I thought today's meditation was really nice:

July 4 "Inner Harvest"
Hazelden Meditation Series

Recovery sets us free.

Freedom is what recovery is all about. Not only are we free from addictive
behavior and food abuse, but we are free to become who we are and enjoy all
that life has to offer. We may not hear bands playing and see fireworks
every day, but we will know a new dimension of peace and serenity.

Although recovery does not guarantee freedom from pain and distress, it
promises us greater resources for coping with trouble. With the help of
abstinence and the Twelve Steps, we become free to work toward resolving our
difficulties instead of escaping into false solution.

We must remain strong and guard the freedom that comes with abstinence. What
ever threatens abstinence should be avoided: we don't want to transfer the
food obsession to something else, such as drugs, compulsive shopping, or
addictive relationships. To remain free, we stay in touch with others who
are also recovering and with the Higher Power that guides and supports us.


I will celebrate my freedom today and every day.
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Old 07-05-2004, 12:09 PM   #18  
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Would someone please start the new weekly thread? The meditation was awesome Kat. My disease snuck in this weekend and kicked my *** straight to the curve. So I could use some prayers as I try to move through this one day.

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