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There's nothing like speaking to someone with that shared experience who understands.
When I was diagnosed, I was in denial and wouldn’t even tell people the name of my condition. But when you have AA you often have to take the lead in your own care. I've learned that AA and the ability to handle what it threw at me was in fact, not a weakness, but a strength.
What’s ‘normal’ for a 38-year-old woman? Marriage? Children? Successful career? 10 years ago, this is exactly where I thought I was headed…