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Recovery in the Middle

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I was so new to program I didn’t really know what this was supposed to mean: “It works if you work it.” I thought it was corny and wondered why every meeting ended with everyone holding hands and saying it. After several weeks, my HP spoke to me, when I heard a spiritual advisor offer this analogy about faith: One morning a mother went to wake up her son and found him on the floor. He had fallen out of bed sometime during the night. She tenderly picked him up—but the next morning, the same thing happened. Every night, she’d

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