Personal Stories of Dual Recovery

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Personal Stories

DRA World Services Central Office would like to hear your stories of  experience, strength, and hope, in dual recovery. We would like to assemble a collection of our member’s stories for this web site, possible use in The DRA Vision, or other as yet undetermined future DRA publications. The stories of  DRA members offer believable hope to those who are still struggling and help ease the pain, fear, and isolation newcomers may feel as they begin their journey in dual recovery.

Please mail your stories to the World Services Central Office marked as a submission for the web site.

The stories must follow the Tradition of anonymity at the level of public media so use only a first name with a last initial or a pseudonym.

We reserve the right to edit submissions for punctuation, spelling, and issues of anonymity and non-affiliation as stated in our Traditions. We can not guarantee that all submissions will be used. All submissions become the property of  Dual Recovery Anonymous.

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