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2.Alcoholics Anonymous Inter
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4.Co-Dependents AnonymousServing the Caldwell, TX area
Had a great experience with this group I think that Brett is just a cry baby you certainly have to come with an open mind and an open heart if you don't then you'll just be another critical person in
5.Emotions AnonymousServing the Caldwell, TX area
A great opportunity to be heard and to listen. There are phone and Skype meetings if there isn't one near you. http://emotionsanonymous.org/what-we-offer/find-a-meeting/phone-internet-meetings.html
6.Drug Addicts AnonymousServing the Caldwell, TX area
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new to na /aa 60 days clean,going thru tough time today.went to na in monroe at salvation army 7:00big mistake . i drink drug all kinds, never mention aa in that meeting even if you are hurting be
7.Food Addicts AnonymousServing the Caldwell, TX area
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- Talk about specific consequences of their drinking.
- Choose a time soon after the person experiences a drinking-related problem (missing a shift at work, for example).
- Do not threaten, guilt, lecture, preach, or use negative labels.
- Do not try to discuss alcoholism when the person is intoxicated.
- Elevated heart rate
- High blood pressure
- Sleep issues
- Paranoia or anxiety