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Fun After Addiction
"...But we aren't a glum lot. If newcomers could see no joy or fun in our existence, they wouldn't want it. We absolutely insist on enjoying life."
(Pg 132, The Big Book Of Alcoholics Anonymous)

 

Learning how to fun without drugs, alcohol, sex, food, whatever your vice was...Man, Is there anything left after that?  Well, Yes There Is!  Now is where we begin where we left of.  Now is where you begin the Rest Of Our Lives!!! 

The Real Challenge is to find what interests you.  You may need to check out 'Finding Your Passions' page to help, but we do have some fun stuff listed for you.  Games, Trivia, Writing, Sober Vacations, Girls night out, and many more.  Let you fingers do the clicking, and be all means:  HAVE SOME FUN!!!

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Sober Vacations International - Specializing in Vacations for Recovering alcoholics and others in recovery,

The Seven Deadly Sins Homepage - A humorous romp through the ruination of us all. (No Internet savvy fourth step would be complete without a visit to this page.)  

The Seven Deadly Sins Homepage - A humorous romp through the ruination of us all. (No Internet savvy fourth step would be complete without a visit to this page.)  

Here are some tips for recovering alcoholic travelers:

Plan ahead and ask the hotel to remove all alcohol beverages from the room’s mini-bar.
Carry a list of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or other self-help group meeting times and locations.
Carry phone numbers of friends and sponsors back home and keep in close contact.
Avoid having free time by making arrangements ahead of time to go to a ballgame, museum, concert, gym, or other activity of interest.
Carry candy or other products to help fight the urge to drink.
Make a “gratitude list” on how much better life is in abstinence and read it as often as necessary.

   

 

 

 

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Our main purpose is to support all 12 step programs and people in all stages of recovery. All views and opinions in The Sponsors Aide represent those of the writer's only and do not represent anything else unless otherwise identified by comment.  We hope this site helps.

 

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This website is not intended to replace a sponsor, but rather to aide you and your sponsor in recovery.  This is just a way to start working the steps, and share in someone else's experience, strength and hope. 

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This Website was last updated on:  June 17, 2008

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