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LifeRing Recovery: a self-help alternative for recovery from alcoholism and other chemical dependency. Group support for abstinence from alcohol and “drugs” by empowering the sober self within you. Completely secular: no prayers, Higher Powers or Steps.

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Welcome   Welcome to Newcomers

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Brian (BrianB125)

From: Brian (BrianB125)

9/2/09


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Welcome to the LifeRing Forum.

This section will give you an idea of what's in the forum and how to get around.  We have put up questions that newcomers often ask and selected relevant posts from members to give you an idea of what you will find in the main forum.

This folder is a little different from the rest of the forum because you cannot post to it--you can only read what is already here.  You can, however, follow the links to their original threads and post there or read more.

Once you have looked around for a while, take a look at the folders on the left-hand side.  The first post in each thread is the oldest.  You can scroll to the newest posts using the numbers at the bottom of the page.

The most frequently used folders are:

Less than 1 Yr Sober/Clean--a place whre newcomers share their experiences and ask questions.  You can post there and create new "threads" (discussions) once you register.  To start a new thread, go to the top of the menu on the left-hand side (above "Show discussions...") and pick "Post New."  Then select the folder you want to put it in and the title of the thread.  You can address posts to 'All' or to specific people.  But newcomers are welcome to post anywhere, not just here.

General Sharing--as you might expect, a place where people talk about all kinds of things.  This is often where most of the action is in the forum.

Sobriety/Recovery Journals--where people start journals to record the progress of their recovery.  Many people find this extremely helpful.  They record the details of their recovery and talk with others about their experiences.  Many of these journals have been going on for quite a long time.  You can start your own journal any time you want.

While posts may be directed to specific people, anyone can read them, and you can expect responses from others as well as from the person you posted to.  Also, people in the forum come from all over the world, so there may be a delay in getting a response.

If you have any questions, just ask and someone will reply.

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