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3005 Restormel St
Duluth, MN 55806
(218) 624-2764
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In “The Forum" April 2017 magazine, an Al-Anon member shares: “After joining Al-Anon, I read a sentence in ‘As We Understood . . .' (B-11), ‘Gratitude changes your attitude.'… [It] showed me the extent of my negativity. If I were to change my attitude toward my mother and end the torment of this unhealthy relationship, it would be up to me to practice and feel gratitude toward my mom. I [decided] … that each time I had a negative thought or burst of anger concerning my mother, I would stop and write down three things about her for which I was grateful. Since I was consumed with hatred, it wasn't long before I was fully launched on this exercise. At first I struggled and wept. I couldn't find anything good to write, but I had committed myself to the task. I sincerely wished to end the pain of resentment, hate, and mistrust toward my mother. My first attempt at finding gratitude regarding my mom took me over an hour of searching. I knew that nobody in the world was all bad. Those first three items were pretty feeble, but they were honest. “I'm proud of myself for persisting in these exercises. I didn't want to continue at first, but as the weeks went by, I found I began enjoying them. One evening about five weeks after I started, I was surprised, upon reflection, that I hadn't written anything for which I was grateful. I also realized I had not had a single negative thought about my mother all day! I'm grateful beyond words that I haven't had any since then." “Changing a negative attitude with gratitude," “The Forum" April 2017 To find an Al-Anon meeting in the U.S., Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico visit If you're outside of these areas, visit #AlAnon #Alateen #thankfulthursday #thursdaythoughts #attitude #attitudeadjustment #gratitudeattitude #gratitude #AlcoholAwarenessMonth

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“One ‘Quote' at a Time," “The Forum" April 2017 #AlAnon #Alateen #wednesdaywisdom #recoverywarrior #takingitback #understand #wisdom #wisewords #thinkaboutit #AlcoholAwarenessMonth

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“I'd heard the slogan, ‘Keep an Open Mind' but never reflected on what that really meant… I learned about some aspects of open-mindedness I'd never considered—like letting go of the pictures in my mind of how things ought to be. As long as I clung to those pictures, I set myself up for disappointment or anger when real life didn't measure up. If I let go of them, I realized, I could be open to enjoying new experiences and outcomes." “Opening the doors of my mind," “The Forum" April 2017 To find an Al-Anon meeting in the U.S., Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico visit If you're outside of these areas, visit #AlAnon #Alateen #wednesdaywisdom #recoverywarrior #takingitback #understand #selflove #freshstart #newbeginnings #keepanopenmind #reallife #AlcoholAwarenessMonth

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In an Al-Anon article about Step Four, an Al-Anon member shares: “Although I had made a couple of quick passes through parts of the original ‘Blueprint for Progress' (P-5), I was in Al-Anon quite some time before I felt ready to take a truly ‘searching and fearless moral inventory' of myself. There was a reason I had spent most of my life focusing on everyone except myself. I was sure that a Fourth Step would confirm my worst fears—I was inherently flawed, irreparably broken, and worthless. “I'm so grateful my Sponsor kept encouraging me to take a new, fresh look at myself. I was asked to consider seeing myself the way my kind, loving fellow members saw me—as talented, capable, and good-hearted, rather than as the pathetic failure that I'd been convinced I was due to the family disease of alcoholism. Taking a thorough Fourth Step wasn't quick or easy, but in examining all that I was, I discovered that I was so much more than the sum of my defects. It was a crucial beginning to my journey toward self-esteem and self-acceptance." “Instant meeting on Step Four," “The Forum" April 2017 Have you hit your bottom? Find the support you need in a local Al-Anon meeting. For meeting information in the U.S., Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico, visit If you're outside of these areas, visit #AlAnon #Alateen #tuesdaymotivation #transformationtuesday #tuesdaythoughts #recoverywarrior #takingitback #outtacontrol #nomore #myrecovery #alcoholism #FamilyRecovery #somuchmore #AlcoholAwarenessMonth

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In the April 2017 issue of Al-Anon's “The Forum" magazine, a member shares: “My wife and I attended our first Al-Anon meeting together. We still go to several meetings each week—some together, some separately. We have been able to share a life together whether the alcoholic is drinking or not. He has had several slips, but because of the Al-Anon program, we didn't have to follow him down that road." “Better communication started with me," “The Forum" April 2017 Read this entire article at #AlAnon #Alateen #FamilyRecovery #myrecovery #recovery #alcoholism #AA #recoverywarrior #takingitback #outtacontrol #nomore #alcoholawareness #alcoholawarenessmonth

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