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Release Date: 11/04/2015

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Ok, N. Active alcoholics generally are not trustworthy

Your initial thoughts?

Now, N., Lying, secretes, these break relationships

Your initial thoughts?

Go to you now N., Building trust one day at a time, that may be the answer

Your initial thoughts?

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In my addictive behavior,

I probably broke trust with those who care about me in various ways,

such as lying and keeping secrets.

Since my addiction spanned many years,

the people affected by my addiction doubted my recovery,

especially since I tried to control my addiction before.

Building trust takes time;

I have to continue to prove that I can do this one day at a time.

Let’s go t you first, N,

Before program, how did you lose the trust of your loved ones? employers? Friends?

In what ways did you lose trust?

Did you know that you were not trusted at that time?

What was it like when you first came in, were you able to regain trust immediately?

How did that make you feel?  Why did you feel this way?  What part of self was being threatened?

What character defect was in effect?

What part of the program helped you with this feeling of frustration?

When did you start to regain trust?  example?

Dale B

https://www.speakpipe.com/msg/50344/59/1409/1446405434/732842c171f5a9bc697ffbb3d53e16ea

Ollie

https://www.speakpipe.com/msg/50344/58/1409/1446403884/ba6f6e374ef3e867184e328f66f7be36

Tony

https://www.google.com/voice/fm/00557165274674955804/AHwOX_Bwg9X_yL3qd3YMK-mUaDENhK4_L-zbFFk4JZ65q4xFszEubGaMjcp-QhxTB72c79_tQN0FBmuGGQq9XNIl-bLORFqBAnUqurGFYef4aGQ5NbrAmKW4B_UV3Yoz2mcyQbx0yqNvB6ato9syxTED-nmMJycKDQ

Vesna

https://www.google.com/voice/fm/00557165274674955804/AHwOX_CPGT5YqfmNYEWEiehonv4-I9e-WiDdEjFFxtxwZgr69qdaEDrvu_kutH96i03Spkwlm30vd0TLERNKF7v835qb4OrgXMGYfd3MnvTjFNHtubn-BddvFp4I56qpp4mpmJbKAjMdCZ5FfrvdJQ_2jpb31lNO1w

Jim

https://www.google.com/voice/fm/00557165274674955804/AHwOX_AiC1GSTL8QVgq3XZtpziFNbjpRfZVv-cPV692AIjaEDzM-61TkmPflSaYPj3rKnY8UPQp7oaX5BcDgX-_23QcqDdpdQcrSTnxSr50m4OKTn6_iSaUxRLj1xeGXMqCKloNe2DLImKamP10bHDhR9HWb9_t2kg

Are there people who refuse to trust?  What do you do with these people?

How about your trust of other people?  How has recovery effected this?

Do you trust God?

Do you trust yourself?

What would you say to the new guy?