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First meeting

We'll I have my first meeting in 3 hours. Nervous, excited, anxious....i hope this goes good
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271792 tn?1334979657
What kind of meeting?
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NA meeting
725350 tn?1318680468
Good for you! Don't be nervous, just be open minded and listen for the similarities between what you hear and what you are thinking. Let us know how it goes!
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It will be fine. Walk in,find a seat,and listen. People will welcome you...
271792 tn?1334979657
That's great. Relax. It is a group of people just like you who are learning to live life without the use of drugs.

Let us know how it goes.
1481358 tn?1288295091
Sweet... You took one the most important steps of your life. I just know things went great. I cant wait to hear how it went. Im so shy but for some odd reason Im not in those rooms. Good for you.
1543547 tn?1298433360
Way to go Kels! I love the meetings. Actually look forward to them. Cant wait to hear how you felt bout it and how it went.
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Just letting you guys know my meeting went good. It was waaay emotional for me. I drove by like 5 times before actually stopping. I sat and listened, let it all just soak in. I didn't get my first chip. Idk why i didn't take when offered. I guess i wasn't ready to put myself out there. When I got to my car U just sat and cried. So many emotions and feelings just came poring out. Overall a good experience. I will be returning
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