129: The 1959 Shasta Airflyte

129: The 1959 Shasta Airflyte

“What does AA’s “principles before personalities” really mean? It means we practice honesty, humility, compassion, tolerance, and patience with everyone, whether we like them or not.”

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123: Thoughts on The Onus of Healing by A Couples Journey of Recovery from Sex Addiction

123: The Onus of Healing by A Couples Journey of Recovery from Sex Addiction

I need – no I WANT, someone that will work through the hard and Ugly things and not run away because they are scared or angry or shallow.

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What is Deserved? asks Friday’s Guest Writer (07)

What is Deserved? asks Friday’s Guest Writer (07)

A friend said to me: “I think there is something wrong with deserving.”

Reading her response has forced me to rethink my use of these words. Misuse? I’ll be curious what you think.

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101.1: Unringing the Bell (Part 1 of 5)

101: Unringing the Bell (1 of 5) – No excuse

There is not a way back after the first act. I cannot unring the bell no matter how many lies I tell or secrets I keep about my betrayal.

And I had many of both.

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Forgiveness by Friday’s Guest Writer (06)

Forgiveness by Friday’s Guest Writer (06)

Forgiving someone is not easy, is an everyday task. And that hard work starts from the knowledge of yourself.  That’s exactly why is so hard because to forgive we have to acknowledge first the fact that we are not perfect.

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