my preious blog entry talked about needing support to go to an NA meeting, since i am trying to stop drinking and smoking weed. I tried to go on sunday but no one was there the meeting must have been canceled. later that night I thought about how I posted on this site asking for support and encouragement to go to the meeting. So not to let you guys down I went to my first AA meeting in the evening. It was weird. Most of the people there were old and looked homeless. I was hoping the people there would be more relatable to me. I ended up leaving half way through the meeting.
I have made some progress in trying to recover from substances. I went on a walk with my girl friend and I told her I was trying to quite drinking and smoking. she is trying to stop drinking to so we have made some arragnments to help support eachoer. however this was earlier today and her I am edrinking a vodka drink.
these feeing remind me so much of my eatinging disorder. Of wanting so badly to stop binging and puriging, making promises to myself and to others yet i would always find my head in a tolit and my fingers jammed down my thoat. It took alot of hard work and continual reminder of what i really want but I havent had my head in a toliet for quite some time. I keep reminding myself of this. I hope with time and work on my part I can recovery from this to. In a group therapy session for ed I was discussing my substance use and a girl said "I cant wait tfor you to be happy without anything, no ed, no drugs, no drinks". I cant wait for that either
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