If you have recovered from your addiction/s and are strenuously working, one-on-one with other alcoholics or addicts because it is vital to your permanent recovery then we want to connect with you.
We receive many requests from suffering addicts all over the world who are looking for a way out. We connect suffering addicts to recovered addicts who guide newcomers through a personalized one on one study of the original, undiluted 12 step program described in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous.
We are creating a list of recovered addicts that we can refer suffering addicts to for guidance. If you would like to be added to our list please drop us an email. Remember to include your First name, phone number, your city/state/prov/country, SKYPE HANDLE (very useful), and the addiction/s you have recovered from and we will be grateful to refer individuals in your area who are suffering to you.
How do you know if you have recovered from your addcition?
Here is a description of how recovered addicts behave:
Love and tolerance of others is our code. And we have ceased fighting anything or anyone, even our addictions. For by this time sanity will have returned. We will be seldom interested in using. If tempted, we recoil from it as from a hot flame. We react sanely and normally, and we will find that this has happened automatically.
We will see that our new attitude toward using has been given us without any thought or effort on our part. It just comes! That is the miracle of it. We are not fighting it, neither are avoiding temptation. We feel as though we had been placed in a position of neutrality – safe and protected. We have not even sworn off. Instead, the problem has been removed. It does not exist for us. We are neither cocky nor are we afraid. That is our experience. That is how we react so long as we keep in fit spiritual condition.
It is easy to let up on our spiritual program of action and rest on our laurels. We are headed for trouble if we do, for our addiction is a subtle foe. We are not cured of our addiction. What we really have is a daily reprieve contingent on the maintenance of our spiritual condition.
Step 10 Promises (Page 84-85 of Alcoholics Anonymous, 4th Edition)