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Meeting Between Meetings

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Thanks to Lifeline I have something to read when I don’t have enough to do and would otherwise eat. I can sit down after a long day and relax with a Lifeline magazine. Reading Lifeline inspires me, and it’s a way to get a meeting in between meetings, like having open sharing, only more organized and with a theme. It satisfies my Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder when face-to-face meetings become distracting. I can go at my own pace, and I like that it is not cumbersome or lengthy. Lifeline also gives me another outlet for sharing my story.

Thank you, Lifeline, for being a vital part of my recovery.

— Crystal D., Chula Vista, California USA

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