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Unread 11-13-2012, 04:03 PM   #150
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I agree with others, you must do what works for you. I did not follow a specific protocol to get my recovery in order. I just learned as much as possible and melded together what would work best for me. In my life, accountability to my family was very important because growing up I had no one to be accountable to. Now, I have a loving family and I do not want to lose that. They are just a portion of an overall program of recovery for me. The only one thing I would add is that having complete willingness to do what it takes is important. I have no doubt that you will get to the place you wish to be. Keep fighting!
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