Shira Goldberg 
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Re: “Step by Step

For those that are considering sobriety/abstinence...

THIS MIGHT BE FOR YOU!

New LifeRing Meeting in Sonoma at the Sonoma Valley Hospital, Friday's at 5:45

For those that are considering sobriety/abstinence...

THIS MIGHT BE FOR YOU!

Brand New Meeting Just Started in Sonoma, and it's is free!

LifeRing Secular Recovery is an abstinence-based, worldwide network of people who are choosing to live in recovery from alcohol and other drugs. We encourage individuals to build their own personal recovery programs based on three principles: sobriety, secularity, and self-direction.

We believe our personal recoveries require communication and connection with others in addition to our individual practice of abstinence. In LifeRing, as we talk about recovery and share tools that have worked for us, we find our sober intellectual, analytical, and emotional selves engaged, nurtured, strengthened . . . and empowered. If you are interested just stop by and check it out!

Recovery requires hard work and perseverance. If you are self-directed and want to create a personal recovery program that is yours and yours alone, you owe it to yourself to check out LifeRing Secular Recovery.

Fridays
5:45 pm - 6:45 pm LifeRing at Sonoma Valley Hospital. 347 Andrieux St. Sonoma, CA 95476 (map) First floor Solarium conference room, across the hall from the cafeteria. Follow hospital signs to the cafeteria. Format: How Was Your Week?

Convened by: Shira G. 707-596-8860
http://lifering.org/

347 Andrieux St Sonoma Valley Hospital, if you park in from, come all the way to the back... Hope you find us!

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Posted by Shira Goldberg on 11/01/2013 at 12:42 PM

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