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Some Sat In Darkness
Leaders from the Chemical Recovery ministry in New York share how God's way is the most effective way of recovering from addiction, rejecting codependency and restoring and converting users of substances of all kinds. This book is packed with wisdom about dealing with chemical recovery that can be used by anyone whether they are connected with CR or not.

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Monday, February 07, 2005 - 16:46:42

Failte Go hEireann - CR Reaches Ireland
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It's early morning, and there's a cold wind blowing. Not your regular cold wind, but the kind that passes right through to your bones, that freezes your very soul, the kind of cold that can only be felt while walking home from a night partying, on a lonely Irish road at three in the morning.

Two figures are coming down this road, their heads down, eyes closed trying to catch up on lost sleep, talking to one another, hands in their pockets trying to shield them from the bitter cold. This night has been much like every other night. It began with high hopes, a staunch belief that tonight would be different.


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Monday, February 07, 2005 - 12:19:34

Teens are going to pot: Marijuana surpasses cigs in Hub

Ellen J. Silberman - Boston Herald
Boston teenagers are more likely to light up a joint than a Marlboro, a report released yesterday by the City of Boston found. Just 15 percent of Boston high school students told school officials they smoked cigarettes, but 22 percent of the students said they used marijuana, according The Boston 2003 Trend Report: Snapshot of Boston's Children and Youth.


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Monday, February 07, 2005 - 11:23:01

Stepping Up To CR
I am studying the Bible with someone who is heavily involved with AA and NA. They feel that they are clean and sober yet they smoke on a daily basis. Should I have them come to CR and what is the best approach here?

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