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Friday, August 16, 2013

**email to my sponsor today**

Good morning

Donít really feel that great today but I am up and at it. I had a slip last night

I took some food out of the fridge that wasn't mine that was a trigger food. There was only a small amount so I did not binge, if there was more I would have eaten it.

I did admit this to Phil this morning, he advised me I need prayer and vigilance. I feel like I am inching closer and closer to recovery. I still have these instances like a spoiled child who tries to get away with what he can while he can. I believe if I work harder and follow both my sponsorsí suggestions this compulsion will be lifted from me in the not too distant future. I will not happen without hard work, surrender and a belief in my Higher Power, but I am starting to believe it is possible, I guess thatís what faith is

Goals for day


submit meal plan (done)

pray before/after meals

text phil before/after meals

be of service

do recovery readings

do something for my recovery every hour of the day

be kind, patient, loving, tolerant of others

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
PLAYFULLKITTY 8/17/2013 9:42AM

    The one thing i constantly see is how honest and upfront you are with your errors. You don't try to hide them or even justify them admit it and move on. You get right back on that proverbial horse. Way to go Greg. emoticon

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GAL7288 8/16/2013 10:49AM

    You will succeed! You already recognize what you are doing, great step into recovery! Stay strong and you will do this. emoticon

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