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I've been looking for weeks for the perfect evil organization. And you're probably looking for something to replace the addiction you're giving up? What a great time to join my cult! LOL, no. Even if the products are ok, I know that the real business model is recruitment. Because your company is not actually based on selling products. Sure, it is a little bit based on selling, but mostly on recruiting. So, no, I do not want to interact with a recruitment-based company. The only people who make money is the corporation itself. And yes, corporate makes a LOT of money. Thank you all so much for all of the support and kind words it means so much!

I hate to disappoint but unfortunately I did not rip her a new one i just politely declined. Thanks again everybody stay strong against schemers. Congrats on being sober! At least she is admitting she's one of those annoying people, so that's a kind of a win, I suppose. Congrats on your huge accomplishment. I'm excited for the new life you'll be living, keep it up!


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Imagine being so fucked over by a stupid MLM that you bought into by choice that you decide to target someone who's a recovering addict. Congrats on your sobriety, OP!

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Addictive personality can be a bitch and people know how fragile of a moment this can be, total asshole move to target you. I am coming up on 30 days myself. Damn before I saw the sub I thought I was gonna be a wholesome post about being asked on a date or something :.


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Ugh those annoying huns love to use any excuse to upsell their shite. Congrats on your sobriety. I kicked a drinking habit last year. So first off, hell yeah go you! Seriously you are amazing and I'm an internet stranger but So proud of you. Secondly, I don't know if I've ever wanted to reach through my screen and smoosh someone's face so badly before.

What a complete and utter cunt. I was always very curious about the effects aguardiente had on adults.

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As soon as they had had a couple of shots of it, they seemed happier, more outgoing and more cheerful. My mother had strictly forbidden me and my siblings from tasting any type of liquor. Nevertheless, one day, when I was only 9 years old, I managed to sneak a few sips of aguardiente while the adults were busy. It burned my throat and I hated the taste, but I absolutely loved the feeling it gave me.

That night marked the beginning of a downward spiral that continued for a very long time. What started with alcohol soon escalated to drugs. At 14 I tried marijuana for the first time, and when I was 19 I started experimenting with harder drugs. Although I was using pretty much every day I held a steady job and was excelling in college. My parents suspected a problem, but had those love curtains up. When I was 22 I got sentenced to two years in prison on drug related charges.

However, paradoxically enough, it was one of the best things that ever happened to me.

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Early into my sentence, every day seems to drag on, and my release date seemed light-years away. I took every opportunity I could to get out of my cell. That included going to Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings. I slowly began to feel more comfortable and started to tune in to what people were sharing. Unbeknownst to me, this was the beginning of my healing process. There was one particular story that touched me. The step recovery program through Al-Anon family groups was exactly what I needed. I slowly became willing and embraced the necessary steps for a spiritual awakening.

I heard and casually picked up the term, Higher Power, which came from the people in the program, not the program itself. There are several references in the steps that point to a Power, greater than ourselves and to a God, as we understood Him, the latter was up to me to figure out. There is no wrong way. It was evident Echart made no judgment.

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