I’m Jackie and I’m an Alcoholic. My sobriety date is July 9, 2016, I have a homegroup, a sponsor, and a higher power that on most days I do not understand but I know most definitely understands me.
I’m Angel, and I’m an alcoholic. This is my story. I grew up on the rough streets of Parma Heights. I was raised by my mom and my grandparents. I was spoiled rotten and had a great childhood. When I was eight, my mom married my dad. We did not get along at all. We fought for my mom’s attention. My brother and sister came along shortly after.
My name is Mikey, and I am an alcoholic. I have a sponsor and a higher power that I choose to call God, who I do not understand sometimes, but no matter what, always has my back. Most importantly I have a working knowledge of the twelve steps that I try to apply to my life daily. I say “try” because I'm not perfect and I still fall short in many aspects.
My name is Jasmine and I am an alcoholic. My sobriety date is June 8, 2018. I have a home group, a sponsor, a working knowledge of the 12 steps, and, most importantly, I have a God of my understanding.
My name is Emily and I am most definitely an alcoholic. My sobriety date is February 3, 2016. I have a sponsor who has a sponsor and so on, I have a working knowledge of the 12 steps which I do my best to apply to daily living, and MOST importantly I have a higher power of my understanding today.
My name is Blake and I am a recovering alcoholic/addict. I struggled with addiction for a number of years and it robbed me of life, love and happiness. I was without direction, lost, hopeless and on the verge of death before I decided enough was enough and here is my story.
My name is Hannah and I am an alcoholic. My sobriety date is May 31st, 2016. I have a sponsor, a homegroup, working knowledge of the 12 steps, and I believe in a lot of powers greater than myself. I was born in Mayfield, OH, and I come from a loving family. As a child I was taught manners, morals, values, to be a hard worker, how to be a lady, and of course how to play poker (thanks Dad).