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Easy Service Commitments

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Service is one of the ways I stay in recovery and out of relapse. When I came back to program last April, I knew that taking continuous action was the only way to keep my program moving forward. The first thing I did was commit to service at the group level because that’s key to getting me to a regular meeting. I started by being a treasurer because it was an easy way to transition into a new meeting, and I didn’t have to stress about being on time. Just recently, I started doing a flexible and easy service. I post my

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