Daily Reflection Podcast

#149 - LIVING OUR AMENDS (June 13) - Randall Patten (Carlsbad, CA)

June 13, 2021 Michael L. & Lee M. Season 2 Episode 149
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#149 - LIVING OUR AMENDS (June 13) - Randall Patten (Carlsbad, CA)
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Daily Reflection Podcast
#149 - LIVING OUR AMENDS (June 13) - Randall Patten (Carlsbad, CA)
Jun 13, 2021 Season 2 Episode 149
Michael L. & Lee M.

Randal Patten from Carlsbad, CA shares his experience around Living our Amends.

LIVING OUR AMENDS

"Years of living with an alcoholic is almost sure to make any wife or child neurotic. The entire family is, to some extent, ill."

— ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 122

It is important for me to realize that, as an alcoholic, I not only hurt myself, but also those around me. Making amends to my family, and to the families of alcoholics still suffering, will always be important. Understanding the havoc I created and trying to repair the destruction, will be a lifelong endeavor. The example of my sobriety may give others hope, and faith to help themselves.

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Randal Patten from Carlsbad, CA shares his experience around Living our Amends.

LIVING OUR AMENDS

"Years of living with an alcoholic is almost sure to make any wife or child neurotic. The entire family is, to some extent, ill."

— ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 122

It is important for me to realize that, as an alcoholic, I not only hurt myself, but also those around me. Making amends to my family, and to the families of alcoholics still suffering, will always be important. Understanding the havoc I created and trying to repair the destruction, will be a lifelong endeavor. The example of my sobriety may give others hope, and faith to help themselves.

Need the Daily Reflection Book?

Visit our web site

Read about Recovery on our Blog

Visit our Facebook Group

Follow us on Twitter

Support the Podcast:

- On Patreon: https://patreon.com/dailyreflection

- On PayPal: https://paypal.me/dailyreflection

If you’re struggling with alcohol or addiction, or wondering how to stop drinking it’s helpful to know that there’s a solution that has worked for millions of people. The Daily Reflection Podcast provides hope, and inspiration through the shared experiences of people that have found a way out.