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Three Sayings

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I get to write this article. I am so grateful I learned this affirmation early in my recovery. It started with a phone call to my sponsor. When I complained that I had to go to work, she said, “You get to work.” When I told her I had to do laundry, go to the bank, clean the house, or do anything I didn’t want to do, she said, “You get to.” It really makes a difference! In fact, when I forget and complain, others remind me that I get to because I have shared with them this wonderful way of

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