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SerenityMan

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About SerenityMan

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    I gave in, and admitted that God was God.
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  1. Howdy, Euty! Good to see you again, too!
  2. Kirov! Good to see you still around, too. One of my employees asked me about the site this morning. I thought I would introduce him to it.
  3. SerenityMan

    HEY, Y'all!

    I have been gone a LOOOOOOOOOOONG time! I don't recognize the names I'm seeing! Glad to see you all still carrying on the fight. If I make it 5 more days, I'll be claiming 10 years Copenhagen-free. Keep coming back, boys. This site saved my ass and it can save yours if you do what we suggest.
  4. No Booze Crew ...where 1 is too many and 24 isn't enough. 11/18/2015 SM - I quit drinking in 2004. I've learned that some people can quit on their own, but others, like me, had lost the power of choice when it came to alcohol. I would find myself time and time again finding a rationalization for picking up that first drink, only to swear that I would never do it again. I never had a DUI, was never abusive to my family, showed up and acted responsibly for all the stuff a husband and dad is "supposed" to, but I was drinking daily and dying on the inside. I took a test of 12 questions to ask myself if I was an alcoholic. Being the good student, of course I got an 'A.' Here is the pamphlet if anyone thinks their problem is more than just heavy drinking: http://www.aa.org/assets/en_US/aa-literature/p-3-is-aa-for-you Supporters:
  5. I have recently discovered that all my anxiety disappeared as soon as I decided that it was time to separate or divorce my wife. Long story short, it didn't happen (yet, anyway), but the fear is gone. I feel freer than I ever have. I had been living in fear of being myself, fear of being rejected, fear of financial ruin if I divorced, fear of what divorce would do to my kids. Now I am over the fear. That door is always an option, and for some reason, even if I don't open that door, it helps to know I am no longer trapped. I am here because I want to be.
  6. No Booze Crew ...where 1 is too many and 24 isn't enough. 11/12/2015 Duf -242- Cherry Coke for me and whatever these two jokers are havin' FSHCM - 8 SM - 11+ yrs - Life has never been so good. Putting away the alcohol was the beginning of everything good in life. I am excited for anyone who makes the decision and lives it. Supporters: Craig
  7. No Booze Crew ...where 1 is too many and 24 isn't enough. 10/12/2015 SM - 4036 - GREAT to see new names in here! It's been too long! Just celebrated 11 years last month, fellas. You can't MAKE me drink! Walleye - 42 Cogline- Duf -211- Another weekend down. Are you guys happy where u are at? Supporters: CraigMac6- Keep pushing forward guys! I support the no booze crew!
  8. The No Booze Crew Keeping the lights on and the coffee hot for those in need. Monday, January 28, 2015 sm - 10 years and a bunch of days. Never felt better, boys! WTG FISH!
  9. The No Booze Crew Keeping the lights on and the coffee hot for those in need. Thursday, December 11, 2014 FSHCM - 2 sm - another great week of sobriety. Mongrel, you already are going to live forever. And quitting drinking is still the right thing to do.
  10. The No Booze Crew Keeping the lights on and the coffee hot for those in need. Sunday, November 30, 2014 mongrel - s42 - This room is for people who just want a place to drop in and catch their breath. Even if you have other methods, posting here can help you regroup. sm - Mongrel is a purebred sober quitter.
  11. The No Booze Crew Keeping the lights on and the coffee hot for those in need. Wednesday, October 29, 2014 mongrel - D-Day 12 - You may ask yourself why I keep showing up here, playing to an empty room...See, I'm quitting for myself, first and foremost. and that makes the whole thing make sense. Got it? NAT. sm - 10 wonderful years - I hear ya, Mongrel! If you ever want a full room of sober quitters, I have some friends I could introduce you to!
  12. The No Booze Crew Keeping the lights on and the coffee hot for those in need. October 12, 2014 sm - I celebrated 10 years sober on 9/23/14. Thank goodness it's over with! I was weepy with gratitude all week. People next to me at traffic lights were looking over and saying, "That poor man! Why is he crying?" I hope you all have been well. Anyone else regularly attending AA meetings?
  13. The No Booze Crew Keeping the lights on and the coffee hot for those in need. July 3rd, 2014 Truckerick - none for me. kirov - ain't missing a thing. sm - Mr. Yuck says, "Booze is poison!." Oops! My poop is playin' peek-a-boo. Gotta run! Have a safe and happy 4th!
  14. The No Booze Crew Keeping the lights on and the coffee hot for those in need. June 4th, 2014 sm - "We thought we could find and easier, softer way, but we could not." Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 59? TR - "Then we have a certain type of hard drinker. He may have the habit bad enough to gradually impair him physically and mentally. It may cause him to die a few years before his time." Chapt. 2 pg. 20-21
  15. May 24nd, 2014 Keeping the lights on and the coffee hot for those in need. kirov - Nothing. FSHCM - me either sm - roughly 3527 days quit drinking, 2012 quit dipping. Now if I can just quit lusting for Truckerick's meaty manhood...
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