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Putting a HALT to HALT

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When I made a decision to turn my will and my life over to the care of my Higher Power, I received an insight into how I could remain willing to live in surrender. In recovery, I’ve often been reminded to recognize when I’m hungry, angry, lonely, or tired—the HALT of the program. Even one of these four can set me up for food thoughts and mental obsession. But I’ve found a second HALT that counteracts the first one—honest, accepting, loving, and thankful. When I embrace these four qualities, I remain teachable, open to recovery, and willing to live my

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