Sammyjo, you can start with online NA or AA. The 12 steps are so important to your recovery. A sponsor can help you with the steps, as well as other members, even if it is on line for a spell? Can you talk about how you feel about AA/NA? It sounds like you have your husband's full support, for ct withdrawal and aftercare. Am i wrong?
I've read your posts, i'm so sorry that you relapsed, i know how that feels, good girl for going to a meeting, don't be scared, we're all the same, no judgement there, you're husband and son will just see you working your program, don't tell them otherwise right now, or if at all, it's all just the same long withdrawal process okay? Talk talk talk, make friends at NA, make friends here, you've got great support, but no personal friends, invite some people to help you through this Sammyjo. Work the steps on your own to help you avoid relapse. You can do this, like so many of us. This is doable!!! Don't walk backwards, go forward!!! Liz
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