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Author Topic: Detachment, Love, and Forgiveness - Al-Anon Family Group  (Read 764 times)
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« on: January 03, 2010, 06:15:07 AM »

I found this on the alanon site and thought it might be helpful to some of you - it was to me:

www.al-anon.org/pdf/B22_11.pdf
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« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2010, 12:18:03 AM »

This is a great article and it motivated me to attend Al Anon which has been a wonderful support for me. Also the daily readings from their One Day At A Time in Al-Anon book. Really fuels my soul to stay in focus on what I need to do day-to-day.

Found this again and wanted to bring it up to the top. There are so many suffering with hard choices. I am so bad with remembering names, but am especially thinking of you with the gs13mos and BPDDD with pneumonia. You have such a difficult path right now, and I hope this article can provide some guidance in taking care of yourself FIRST, gs next and necessary care for you sick DD with getting emotionally emeshed - or more so anyway. You are in my thoughts and prayers tonight.  xoxox
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