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  • #12116
    icandothis
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    Hi Trulyshi, Just wanted to give a belated thanks for posting on my thread. Sirena said something about being in the How-a-CG-Got-Her-Groove-Back Program. I really liked that. Kind of lightens up the work of recovery. Also, it made me think of you. If there was a How-a-CG-Got-Her-Groove-Back Award, you would be this year’s recipient! And, you definitely would have my vote!

    It’s been a little heavy around here with my daughter’s broken heart and all. But, I have taken your suggestion and have been listening to music while I cook. Tonight, we have company coming for dinner, so I am going to crank it up!

    #12117
    desdemona
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    Dear (((Debbie)))! I can so relate to staying in an abusive relationship while in the throes of being a compulsive gambler. It’s only when we get into recovery that we start seeing the trees and not the forest. As hurtful as it was that Barry made the decision to not allow you to continue living in his residence, it was the best thing for you, as it mobilized you to move forward in your life. Now you are present in life, with its ups and downs, and you have the coping skills to handle life’s adversities. I have never regretted my decision to move to the city and live alone. It’s taken some getting used to many things, and getting back in the workforce at age 58 is daunting, but I’m doing it. Those of us in recovery are doing things we never thought possible, one day at a time! Carole

    #12118
    p
    Participant

    Just wanted to say hi and see how you are doing. Im on a little posting frenzy, like saying hi to everyone, thinking of everyone at GT just now and wishing everyone the best. Good thoughts coming your way

    P

    #12119
    cat438
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    Hey Debs, just dropping by to say hi and see how you are doing. I trust now that you are living your new life and enjoying yourself that you are really busy. I am so glad to know that. It is awesome to see how far you have come and I am so proud of you. You really are doing great and keep on going on the new track of life you have carved for yourself!!!

    #12120
    desdemona
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    I see you haven`t posted for a good bit (((Debbie))). You must be busy with your granddaughter and with your beau! Hope life is treating you well. Carole

    #12121
    desdemona
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    Dear (((Debbie)))! Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a very happy new year full of blessings!!! Thank you for all the support you’ve given me on my recovery journey!!! Carole

    #12122
    p
    Participant

    Hi Debbie

    I see you haven’t posted for a while and i know you are busy living life but i just wanted to say hello to you from across the seas here and hope things are going well in your world today

    P

    #12123
    desdemona
    Participant

    Dear (((Debbie)))! I was wondering how you were doing. I know that you are out there living your life. I am looking forward to finding a job to go to so that I have structure in my life and a purpose. I like the socialization aspect of working as well. Hopefully we can meet in the not too distant future. Carole

    #12124
    p
    Participant

    I hope that things are going well for you these days, its so good to see that you and Bettie catch up all the time.. just wanted to wish you well in your day and coming week and would love to know how things are

    P

    #12125
    desdemona
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    (((Debbie))) It would be so nice if you shared some of your life with us at GT here, as I for one am always wondering what and how you’re doing. You’re missed here! Carole

    #12126
    trulyshi
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    Hi everyone. I am very guilty of not posting for a very very long time. Life has gotten in the way, but in a very good way. I moved in with Bill back in July and am very happy. I spend a lot of time with my granddaughter, Sarah, and my daughter informed me last week that I have a new grandchild on the way. I have slipped and fallen a few times over the past year with gambling but for the most part I consider myself still in recovery, my focus is the same – to abstain from gambling and stay on track. Work is going well, I am being transferred to a new branch next week which is essentially a lateral move, but could also be considered a promotion since it involves more duties and a chance to prove myself for a management position. It is also closer to home and further away from the casino, which is a definite bonus. Hope you all are well and I am going to spend some time catching up reading posts. Love you all, Debbie

    #12127
    velvet
    Moderator

    Hi Debbie
    I am so very pleased to hear you are happy with Bill, your daughter, your granddaughter and your work – life sounds really good and you deserve it to be so but it could all fall away if you keep testing your addiction – you are a CG and the risk is too great. I am glad the work move is taking you further from the casino but surely it would be better to self-ban.
    I always want to read when I see your posts that everything is going great – please take care of yourself – I have missed you.
    Velvet

    #12128
    lizbeth4
    Participant

    Hi Debbie, It is great to hear that your life is going well. Congrads on the new grandchild!!! Take care.

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