Better get used to it

No smoking and drinking in heaven, after rehab.

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You going to rehab?

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No i can’t afford it. I enquired for a rehab but its too hardcore. The rehab finance itself with the participants working for they stay. I am not really desperate enough.

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Right

15character

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What’s wrong with that? It’s a good thing to keep busy so you’re not thinking about your addiction. I mean, you’ll still think about it, but if you get really busy, you’ll think about it less

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That’s why “older” AA members crowd newcomers and give them busy work in the program for the first year. You’re less likely to get into trouble if we keep your hands full.

:grin:

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I guess I’m not going to heaven then, I don’t drink but I smoke hard to give up

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I didn’t say that work and pray is a bad thing. I done it for years and years. I want to live smart and not hard. I am willing but not able to kick my addictions.

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