Today my life is overwhelmed with a sense of peace and I feel at ease, feelings I once lost from my addiction. Today I know how to use these feelings in a positive way, and because of it I find the struggle to stay sober eases. I noticed that the people around me simply want to do the next right thing, and that their decisions are honestly based on that ideal. Now, this doesn’t work well for everyone, although my decisions today are not solely made to help just one, but to help as many as possible. For myself it has been a joy to help those still struggling with sobriety or being able to comfort the family of a struggling addict. The daily emails, phone calls, and texts have been the most rewarding, because I’m able to stay in contact with the reality of addiction. I can now look myself in the mirror and be OK with the sober man looking back. It gives me goose bumps every morning, and I hope and pray the feeling never ends. Thank you for showing me the path guys, The Last Resort is there for a reason.